STIMMEN AUF DEM DACH DER WELT
“The higher you climb, the clearer the voices become.” In 2017, two friends from Munich, Felix Möller and Patrick Ranz, spent over two weeks travelling through East Tibet where they used their enthusiasm for music to build bridges and spread joy. A truly uplifting journey that shows the universal power of music, set against a breathtaking landscape. Simon Hauck
On Monday, 8 May we present the film with live music by HMTM alumnus Felix Möller and the Munich School Music Orchestra (MSO) conducted by students of the class of Prof. Lancelot Fuhry. From 7.00pm with pre-programme with short film projects of the Arrangement Seminar (Lehramt).
German title: 17 TAGE IN TIBET. Writer: Felix Möller. Camera: Patrick Ranz. Editing: Patrick Ranz und Felix Möller. Music: Felix Möller. Production: Patrick Ranz. Producer: Patrick Ranz und Felix Möller. Length: 55 min.
Born in Munich, Patrick Ranz got his first camera at the age of ten. The busy photographer, cameraman and filmmaker continuously records his life. As a multilingual globetrotter, he has already travelled to numerous countries around the world.
Born in Hanover, Felix Möller studied literature and musicology at the LMU Munich and film composition at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, with Prof. Gerd Baumann. Since 2017, has been working as a freelance composer and pianist in Munich.
STIMMEN AUF DEM DACH DER WELT, DE 2019, 55 min.
MÄNNER DES ATHOS, DE 2016, 56 min., together with Hans Glück
SPAZIEREN GEHEN, DE 2011, 77 min., together with Alexander Hirl
Shortlist FFF Talent Award Documentary Film