After a few too many months of filming, I’ve finally finished this video portrait of Martin Niklas Wieser, the South Tyrolian-born (that’s Italy, not Austria) designer who’s been working in Berlin since 2006.
Archive: August 2012
No, there’s no such thing as Canadian Pizza, so don’t let the name mislead you.
I met Shane Anderson several years ago, when we worked together for Theatertreffen. He’s a young writer living in Neukölln, and though I of course bought his first book that was just published by Broken Dimanche Press and is called Études des Gottnarrenmaschinen, I wouldn’t dare to say I understand most of the references he’s using.
Something’s going on in the long neglected restaurant scene of Prenzlauer Berg. At the same spot where David Macé recently tried but failed to get Berliners to like his Pink Flamingo Pizza that worked so well with the Parisians, the French Julien Ponthieu and the Belgian Olivier Lapeyre opened a new French bistro-restaurant and called it Les Valseuses.
Meeting someone for the first time when he opens the door to his apartment is always kind of weird and very exciting. I asked Raphael out of the blue if I could portray him for the At Home series, since I’ve seen his work several times and generously liked it.