The Show must go on

- in post-production - 

 
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Cinema Documentary, Germany 2016, 90’

The palms in the garden of Motion Picture & Television Country House at Mulholland Drive sway soft in the light breeze under the evening sun. Here in Woodland Hills, a sleepy suburb nothwest of Hollywood, hides a fairly unique kind of home for quite special inhabitants – the refuge for the elderly of the US film industry. All those silent, invisible heroes who created classics such as “The Godfather“, "Blown by the wind", „The Appartement“ or “E.T.“ spend their time here looking back on a quite impressive and exciting life.

Actors, writers, directors, cameramen, agents, make-up artists, costume designers and even big studio bosses end up here. Over 1000 elderly – more or less sprightly – live in this home strolling down memory lane. Famous Hollywood stars who are still in business, just like George Clooney, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg, support the community with generous donations true to the motto: “We take care of our own“.

And there's one film that still needs to be done.


Written by Uli Gaulke & Marc Pitzke

Directed by Uli Gaulke

Co-directed by Agnes Lisa Wegner
 

DoP – Marcus Winterbauer

Editor – Katja Dringenberg


Producers – Helge Albers, Arne Birkenstock
 

Produced by Helge Albers Filmproduction and Fruitmarket Arts & Media

Development supported by FFA Filmförderanstalt