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Aug & Ohr Medien Film festival agency, Germany

Curriculum Vitae:

"Αug & Οhr medien is a dynamic film festival agency located in Berlin, Germany, specialising in sending films to film festivals worldwide and representing award-winning short films and feature films.
Our goal is to support film students and up-and-coming directors by promoting their works in the international film festival industry.
Our portfolio includes around 1000 high quality films, which have been screened at festivals like Cannes, Berlinale, Venice, Locarno, Toronto, Sundance, Moscow, Shanghai, Palm Springs, Clermont-Ferrand, and many, many more!
We are one of the leading film festival agencies worldwide. Over the past six years, we have represented numerous winners of the German Short Film Award, Austrian & Swiss Film Award, and Student Oscars, as well as several BAFTA and European Film Award nominees. And in 2016, one film from our catalogue was nominated for the Oscar for Best Short Film!" (Website:



The Movies (82' 71'')



Germany/Singapore 2016

Directed by Hannes Rall

Screenplay: Daniel Keith Jernigan

Animation: Andre Quek

Technique: Cut-out animation

Music: Daniele Martella

Production/Producers: Hannes Rall, Daniel Keith Jernigan, Seah Hock Soon

Dialogues: (narration in english) Sam West


An animated adaptation of the famous Shakespeare poem "All The World's A Stage" narrated by the renowned Shakespeare actor and director Samuel West (Royal Shakespeare Company).




02. CAT NOIR, 6’ 23’’

Switzerland 2018

Directed by O'Neil Bürgi

Screenplay: O'Neil Bürgi

Animation: O'Neil Bürgi

Technique: Rotoscoping and hand drawing animation

Music: Daniel Laufer

Production/Producers: Daniel Hertli

Cast: Thomas Grampp, Julia Salome Nauer, Marco von Moos

Dialogues: None


A letter, a broken heart. The sound of the rain. A black cat, a plan.




03. DAHLIA, 4’ 21’’

USA 2017

Directed by Ana Mouyis

Screenplay: Ana Mouyis

Animation: Ana Mouyis

Technique: Mixed media

Music: (original song) Tom Juno & Johnny Ripper

Production/Producers: Ana Mouyis

Dialogues: None


Through a metaphorical narrative about love, Dahlia explores a relationship between two people, which are burdened by mental illness.




04. DON RUPERTO, 11' 04''

Germany 2017

Directed by Irma Orozco

Screenplay: Irma Orozco

Animation: Irma Orozco

Technique: 2D digital animation

Music: Valentino Aragón

Production/Producers: Irma Orozco

Cast/Voices: Chris Bieker, Damian Czajka, Irma Orozco, Konstantinos Batsaras, Tugce Yalcin

Dialogues: Yes (sub: english)


Don Ruperto is an old cynical man who does not care about other people's feelings. Ruthlessly he cares just on his own interests. When he gets himself into trouble nevertheless he is helped by those he hurt.





USA 2017

Directed by Stacey Steers

Screenplay: Stacey Steers

Animation: Stacey Steers

Technique: Hand-made collage animation

Music: Lech Jankowski


Cast: Mary Pickford (the scientist), Janet Gaynor (the creature)

Dialogues: None


In Edge of Alchemy the silent-era actors Mary Pickford and Janet Gaynor are seamlessly appropriated from their early films of the 1920's and cast into a surreal epic with an upending of the Frankenstein story and an undercurrent of hive collapse. Comprised of over 6000 handmade collages, Edge of Alchemy is the third in a trilogy looking at the psychological terrain of women’s inner worlds. Music and sound design by Lech Jankowski (Brothers Quay).




06. STRECH OF LAND / Landstrich, 29’ 17’’

Germany 2017

Directed by Juliane Ebner

Screenplay: Juliane Ebner

Animation: Juliane Ebner

Technique: Hand-drawing and paint on paper animation

Music: n/a

Production/Producers: Juliane Ebner

Dialogues: None


A story about silence, remembrance and the power of narratives. The half-hour-long short film Stretch of Land, based upon hundreds of drawings, tells of a German family's fate between the end of World War II and the Fall of the Berlin Wall.




07. THE BEACH BOY, 7’ 48’’

Germany/Singapore 2015

Dircted by Hannes Rall

Screenplay: Tran Ngoc Viet Ty, Hannes Rall, Darren Lim

Animation: Hannes Rall

Technique: 2D animation

Music: Eckart Gadow

Production/Producers: Hannes Rall, Seah HockSoon

Cast: (Narrators) Noella Menon, Bruce Quek, Amelia D’Souza, Joshua Lim

Dialogues: Narration (in english)


A story of two star-crossed lovers in ancient Vietnam. Based on a traditional folk tale and adapted for animation in a style inspired by local Asian art styles




08. THE STATION, 4’ 16’’

UK 2017

Directed by Jocelyn Wat

Screenplay: Jocelyn Wat

Animation: Jocelyn Watt

Technique: 2D animation

Music: Joshua Wat

Production/Producers: Jocelyn Watt

Dialogues: None


The Granny awaited her little girl at the train station but turned out she had got onto the wrong platform! To rescue her, she had to get through horrifying obstacles. Would this all prove to be too much for the old lady to save what she treasures the most?


The Directors



Hannes Rall (aka Hans-Martin Rall) is an Associate Professor (tenured) at the School of Art, Design and Media (ADM) at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Hannes is also an illustrator and independent animation director. Hannes Rall has shown his work in exhibitions and screenings and has been an invited speaker for workshops and conferences in more than 20 countries and over 250 film-festivals worldwide. His research and artistic work is focused on adapting classic literature for animation and the transformation of traditional Asian art forms for animation. He is currently working on the script for the animated feature film "Die Nibelungen" (funded by MFG Baden-Wuerttemberg) and two new animated short films: "As You Like It" (adapted from Shakespeare) and "The Story of the Ghost Ship" (co-directed with Kathrin Albers, adapted from Wilhelm Hauff).


2016 ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE (Animation short, 1:30 Min)

2015 THE BEACH BOY (Animation short, 07:48 Min.)

2014 SI LUNCHAI (Animation short, 8 Min.)

2013 DAS KALTE HERZ /THE COLD HEART (Animation short, 30 Min.)

2008 TURNSTUNDE / THE GYM LESSON (Animation short, 8 Min.)

2003 DER ERLKÖNIG / THE ERL-KING (Animation short, 8 Min.)

1999 DER RABE / THE RAVEN (Animation short, 8 Min.)

1989 BIG CANOE (Animation short, 3 Min.)




O' Neil Bürgi was born in 1981 in Arbon, Switzerland. 2002-04 Various internships in editing, image design, camera and video journalism. Since 2008 video editor for SRF (German Swiss Broadcasting Service). 2015-18 studies script writing & film directing at F+F School of Art and Design, Zurich.


2018 CAT NOIR (6 min, Animated Short Film, Film School Graduation Project)

2012 WINDOW TO THE OTHERWORLD (95 min, Documentary Feature)

2009 DANCING WITH THE STORMS (75 min, Documentary Feature)

2007 HOLLYWOOD À DISCRETION (32 min, Documentary Short)

2003 One Memory (35 min, Narrative Short)




Ana Mouyis is an Illustrator and Animator working in New York, USA. She received a BFA in Illustration from Parsons the New School for Design, where she is currently working as an adjunct professor, and an MFA in Animation and Motion Arts from Pratt institute. Since 2009 she has worked as freelance commercial artist specializing in illustration and animation, some of her clients have included: The New York Times, The Boston Globe, EMI Records, Interscope Records, Novartis, Pepsico, and Rebecca Taylor. In 2014 she co-founded Circle Line Projects, an experimental production. In addition to client work, she directs and animates independent short films. The first of which, “Pussy!” was released in 2015 and has gone on to appear in a number of film festivals and received an ADC Awards Bronze Cube.


2017 DAHLIA (Student Film, Pratt Institute, Graduation Film)

2015 PUSSY! (Student Film, Pratt institute, First Year Short)




Irma Orozco was born in 1983 in Guadalajara, Mexico. Since her childhood she was strongly attracted by arts, especially Film, Music and Painting. She learned painting as autodidact and had several painting exhibitions. She studied Graphic Design and Music at the University of Guadalajara, in Mexico. In 2009 she began her studies at the “Master of Film, TV, and Interactive Media” in Madrid, Spain. In 2011 she started her second Master in the “Media Production” at the Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe in Lemgo, Germany. Currently she is living in Germany, working as a freelance filmmaker, animator and visual artist.


2017 DON RUPERTO (11.05 min., Screenplay and Director, Animation, Comedy)

2014 THE RED CARNATION (DIE ROTE NELKE, 9.13 min., Screenplay and Director, Animation, Drama, Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Germany)

2014 THE VIOLIN (DIE VIOLINE, 11.47 min., Director, Drama, Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe)

2013 UNDYING LOVE (UNSTERBLICHE LIEBE, 5.34 min., Director, Animation, Dramatic Comedy, Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe)




Stacey Steers is known for her process-driven, labor-intensive animated films composed of thousands of handmade works on paper. Her recent work employs images appropriated from early cinematic sources, from which she constructs original, lyrical narratives. Steers’ films have screened widely at venues including the Sundance Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, New Directors New Films (New York), IFFR Rotterdam, Locarno IFF, MoMA and the National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC). Recently she has expanded her work to include collaborative installations that join invented, three-dimensional production elements with film loops, creating a new context for experiencing her films. Stacey Steers is a recipient of major grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, Creative Capital and the American Film Institute. She lives and works in Boulder, CO.


2017 EDGE OF ALCHEMY (19:00 color, stereo sound, 35mm to 4K)

2011 NIGHT HUNTER (16:00 color, stereo sound, 35mm to HD)

2006 PHANTOM CANYON (10:00 B&W, stereo sound, 35mm)

1999 TOTEM (11:00, stereo sound, 35mm)

1989 WATUNNA (24:00, stereo sound, 16mm)





Juliane Ebner was born in Stralsund. She graduated as a church musician from the Hochschule für Kirchenmusik Dresden in 1993 and worked as an organist in Potsdam, Stralsund and Neumünster. Following that she studied theology at the Christian- Albrecht-Universität Kiel and graduated with a diploma in art from the Muthesius- Kunsthochschule Kiel in 2005. Since 2007 Juliane Ebner works as a freelance artist in Berlin and on Rügen, in the same year she began her work as a filmmaker. Juliane Ebner is a mother of three children, created countless movies and is working on projects and exhibitions in Germany as well as internationally.


2017 LANDSTRICH I(30 min, Animation)

2017 VOM WALD HER (4:50 min, Animation)

2017 TAGE UND NÄCHTE (4:27, Animation)

2016 NICHTS (2:30, Animation)

2016 SCHWEBETEILCHEN (3:20. Animation)

2015 KÜNSTLERKACKE (6:15 min, Animation)

2014 WENIG FEHLTE (4:20 min, Animation)

2014 KLEINE DINGER (3 min, Animation)

2013 IN DER MITTE EIN LOCH (7 min, Animation)

2012 LUFTDRUCK (5:30, Animation)

2012 KNALLERBSENBUSCH (4:30, Animation)

2011 NOFRETETCHEN (1:02 min Animation)

2009 ALLES OFFEN (15:20 min, Animation)

2008 LAYERS NEWS OPERA (47 min, Animation)

2007 RAUSCHENDE FESTE (8:40 min, Animation)




(see at the No 01 biography)




Jocelyn Wat is an animator and illustrator based in Hong Kong. She studied aboard at the University of the West of England and attained the Animation (BA Hons) degree with First-class Honours. She is currently working as a graphic designer at a Branding agency, while pursuing her love for animation and illustration as a freelancer.


2017 THE STATION (4min, Animation, Bristol School of Animation)


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