David Knight - 22nd Dec 2015

With shades of Tarantino and a nod to film noir - and something of a Yuletide feel too - Aviv Kosloff has directed a very watchable slice of pulp fiction for Keøma's Black, involving two bankrobbing Santas and a getaway driver. 

Shot in Berlin - very nicely shot by DoP Florian Mag – it features a charismatic performance by Ottokar Leherner as a very bad Santa who lets the loot go to his head. Bandmembers Kat and Chris plays the second robber and driver, and Kosloff builds the atmosphere nicely as they travel along dark, deserted streets in a vintage Chevy, increasingly running on empty. A twisted tale of betrayal for Christmas time... 


DirectorAviv Kosloff
Production ManagerTimothy Wiehn
Director of PhotographyFlorian Mag
Focus PullerStephanie Dahlhaus
GafferAlessandro Veridiani
Make-upLuisa Jaedke
EditorDaphna Keenan
ColouristBerkan Ustalar
Post production companyPirates N' Paradise
LabelEmbassy Of Music
Other creditsCast: Ottokar Leherner, Kat Frankie, Chris Klopfer Fight Choreographer: Martin Goeres Grip: Christoph Kunze Production Assistant: Dennis Becker Film Car: NYC Berlin

David Knight - 22nd Dec 2015

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