In the last two weeks my music video for the song ‘Drown to Live’ was shown on several film festivals in Germany.
I’m happy about that and want to share some impressions of the events.
My favorite film was ‘The Nine Billion Names of God’, based on the eponymous science fiction short story by British writer Arthur C. Clarke (1953).
Photos by Hannah Wegenka and Andreas Berg
Dear subscribers, fans and friends,
I am happy to announce that I am working intensely on the 4th EWIAN album at the moment.
‘Of those who drown to live’ will be special in various ways: it will contain 12 songs (instead of 10 like the other albums) and it is the first time that I am going to create an explicit biographical LP. Furthermore, I will produce a video for EVERY song to illustrate the story behind ‘Of those who drown to live‘ – a story of my life and I guess it will have been a huge project in the end.
I am very excited due to the fact that I will reveal much of my myself with this album. But I think after three music albums I am ready to do that.
The stills are from upcoming videos, Thanks for your love,
I am pleased to announce that one of my next music videos will be shown at International Short Film Festival LaMeko in Landau, Germany on 9th May 17.
Furthermore, EWIAN will perform a couple of songs at the prize giving ceremony on 13th May 17.
Here some stills of my film:
On Wednesday my video for my song ‘Love’ was shown at an indie film festival (Zum Goldenen Hirsch) in Heidelberg (Germany). I was invited to be there in order to explain the background of the story. The atmosphere of this evening and choice of the other films was really fabulous. The focus was on unique films with essential messages. I am glad that the actor who represented the seamstress in ‘Love’ (her name is Nilanie) was accompanying me.