Our diverse short and feature films are the cornerstone of LIESEFILMS business to this day. What makes our productions so unique is our commitment to auteur cinema: Every movie we do is a Gesamtkunstwerk, where not big crowd attraction, gimmicky efforts or commercial rationality are the most important things, but the story’s authenticity and unwillingness to compromise.
Modern cinema, produced in a modern way
This goes hand in hand with our modern and trend-setting way of making movies. Big crews, crowded sets and budgets that often can only be realized through excessive public funding still do mark many contemporary filmproductions. We do not want to do film this way. LIESEFILMS prefers small, fast and mobile crews that work together like a family. Thanks to modern-day digital technology and intense pre-production work, we can achieve professional results nonetheless.
We shoot fast. And we focus on the creative, artistic part of our work. This makes it possible for us to tell storys that may not be the most profitable, and therefore are often ignored in the “conventional” filmmaking business. An audience that grows and grows, but also the press coverage of our productions show that we are on a good path.
Our narrative film productions to this day: “Wiebkes Weg” (2017), “Nackt und Nachts” (2016), “Die Menschwerdung oder: Ultima Ratio” (2014), “Herr Behemoth lädt zum Bankett” (2013), “Church of Lobsters” (2016), “Finsternis” (2016), “I Don’t Like Mondays” (2015), “Nonsens statt Konsens – Apollon will heute marschieren” (2014), “Integration Brutal – Erst quälen, dann wählen!” (2013), “Lebenswinter” (2012), “Klappentext” (2011).