Lullabies give children a feeling of safety and security and help them to go to sleep. Can you remember a song that your mother sang to you as you drifted off? This question is the starting point for the director duo Tamara Trampe and Johann Feindt’s journey through Berlin and through the world of memory. Ina Borrmann
English/Original Title: LULLABY. Writer: Tamara Trampe, Johann Feindt. Camera: Johann Feindt, Jule Cramer. Sound: Thomas Keller, Christian Lutz, Oliver Lumpe, Stefan Neuberger, Paul Oberle, Udo Radek, Patrick Veigel, André Zacher. Editing: Stephan Krumbiegel. Production: zero one film GmbH, ARTE/ZDF. Producer: Thomas Kufus. Length: 98 min. Distribution: Ventura Film
No youth rating
Tamara Trampe, Johann Feindt
Tamara Trampe studied German language and literature in the 1960s before working as a dramaturge at the DEFA Studio for Feature Films from 1970-90. Since 1990 she has worked as a freelance filmmaker and dramaturge. Johann Feindt, born in Hamburg, studied at the DFFB. He has worked as a cinematographer and freelance filmmaker since 1979.
Filmography Tamara Trampe with Johann Feindt
WEISSE RABEN – ALPTRAUM TSCHETSCHENIEN, DE 2005, 92 min.
DER SCHWARZE KASTEN, DE 1992, 95 min.
IM GLANZE DIESES GLÜCKES, DE 1990, 85 min.
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