Wir haben es geschafft!23. January 2020
Liebe Unterstützer von «Tokyo Rain»
Das Jahr 2020 ist schon voll im Gange, auch was die Produktion von «Tokyo Rain» angeht.
An dieser Stelle möchten wir uns nochmals ganz herzlich bedanken. Ihr alle habt ermöglicht, dass wir eine Teiletappe bei Crowdify erreicht haben.
Wir sind weiterhin in der Vorbereitungsphase. Die Drehorte sind alle gefunden. Nun beginnt die Herstellung von diversen Requisiten und Kulissen. Sogar eine Regenmaschine muss gebaut werden, um die Illusion eines apokalyptischen Tokyos zu erzeugen.
Wir halten euch natürlich bezüglich Fortschritte unserer Produktion auf dem Laufenden.
Our crowdfunding campaign will start soon20. September 2019
We start our crowdfunding campaign on crowdify.net next week. Support our project and become part of "Tokyo Rain". We are looking forward and count on you.
For days now, heavy rain has been hitting the glass facades of the city of Tokyo. Masahiro is alone in his office. He calls his wife, who doesn’t seem to be very excited about her husband’s overtime. Masahiro falls asleep on the computer during his monotonous paperwork. He has a threatening nightmare. When he wakes up, bathed in sweat, nothing seems the way it used to be. Tokyo has reached an apocalypse of biblical proportions. Masahiro only wants to be with his wife, who is miles away. An undertaking that demands unimaginable will and strength from Masahiro.
As in their award-winning short film “Hunger” (www.hungerfilm.ch), Robert Schneider and Michel Wild produce a japanese fairy tale from their personal european point of view. Tokyo Rain is also shot exclusively in Switzerland. The Swiss locations are transformed into an apocalyptic scene in the middle of Tokyo by means of CGI and detailed arranged backdrops.
Michel Wild is an illustrator, comic-strip artist, musician and filmmaker. He loves to tell his stories with various stylistic instruments. He has already produced short films, animated films, music videos and industrial films. For Tokyo Rain, Michel Wild is responsible for the script, art direction, music, set design, direction and editing. More information can be found at www.michelwild.ch
Robert Schneider is obsessed with filmmaking and photography. He has also been working as a frontend developer for over a decade. For Tokyo Rain he acts as co-producer, cameraman, colorist, lighting technician and technical manager. More information can be found at www.dontstopcoffee.com
A life-time movement lover is probably the best description for me. Not only moving for my own pleasure but as well guiding educational courses and passing my passion on to everybody brings me lots of happiness. I was born 1971 on the southern island Okinawa in Japan and spent my whole childhood there. As a boy I was very active and planed to become a baseball player, later I switched my goal towards becoming a soccer player – but as it is with destiny: all turned out differently ….. More Information can be found at http://www.hidetoheshiki.com/
We would like to thank our supporters for their great commitment:
Claudia Bisang, Patrizia Tschurr, Sven Christinger, Sabine und Michael Schneider, Marlies und Peter Laager, Julia Schneider, Christoph Meier, Lea Preisig, Bjoern Weide, Andreas Pätzold, Tam Nguyen, Jean-Daniel Millasson, Rüdiger Knaf, Michael Schaad, Stéphane Pauli, Tres Camenzind, Christian Kaegi, Martina Schmidt