A newborn's destiny hangs in the balance, as grownups come to terms with what they cannot have.
Christoph Kuschnig is a director, writer, producer, editor and conceptualist.
He received his MFA with honors from Columbia University’s Graduate Film School, where his short film Hatch was selected for Faculty Selects and has since gone to screen at festivals in Europe and the US. It was awarded a NBR Student Grant and nominated for a Student Academy Award in 2012.
Christoph is a Fulbright Scholar and a HFPA Grant recipient. His previous shorts Eiko and Junkyard Jesús have also screened at film festivals around the world including WFF and have won numerous awards. He was selected to be a part of the 2012 Berlinale Talent Campus among 4,300 applicants.
While his films explore the dark side of the human psyche, combining a uniquely sensitive and highly visual approach, Christoph's commercial work is frequently marked by a light touch and an often comedic sensibility.
He divides his time between New York and Vienna.
Cast/Featuring: Vedran Kos, Tina Keserovic, Max Mayer and Andreas Patton
Producer(s): Martin Maier
Director(s): Christoph Kuschnig
Screenwriter(s): Karl Goldblat, Christoph Kuschnig
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