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"Back to Gaya" - the first CG Feature Film from Germany
Added on: Fri Mar 26 2004
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The mandatory red carpet on the premiere night


Michael: Well, the premiere party... just WOW! I couldn't possibly have imagined it to be cooler! The world premiere took place in the opera house of Hannover and they installed the silver screen and projector equipment there only for that purpose. The Hannover National Orchestra played a few parts of our film score, created by Michael Kamen, in advance to the actual show. It was just groovy to give "Back to Gaya" its starting shot in such a nice way! An unforgettable night - thank you, Ambient Entertainment!


The crew, receiving the applause of the audience on stage


Gildas: Yeah, the orchestra played this hommage to the late Michael Kamen, our music composer, who unexpectedly died end of last year. After the film we received so much applause and the party went on until the early morning.


The orchestra behind a crowd of press people



3DLuVr: How do you perceive the public response to the picture? Which kind of feedback did you personally get so far?

Manuel: The feedback consisted of a wide variety of opinions, including a lot of extremes. I'm so far comfortable with it, as long as the people, who have watched it, at least say it was visually intriguing. ;-) But rather unnerving are those folks, who haven't even seen the movie, but already pick it to pieces - a typically German habit.

Toby: I personally observe it all rather unperturbed. Germans often tend to criticise things very unequably. But in these situations I try putting myself in the place of those, who don't know anything about the circumstances under which we have worked, such as how a lot of things developed throughout the production, or even the plain fact, that this project has been realized in Germany (an aspect you really shouldn't underestimate!).


 
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