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Directed by
Franz Maria Quitt

Austria / 2017 / 7

In Swiss German with subtitles

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SHORTS: Growing Up.

A short film about the daily ritual of a Tyrollean farm boy and his grandfather.
Franz Maria Quitt is an actor and director from Vienna, Austria. He moved to New York in 2008 to study acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. After graduating in 2010, he appeared in film and TV projects, including The Professor, Breaking Bad and Chicken; as well as the plays Five Finger, Exercise, and Professor Bernhardi. In 2014, he made his directorial debut with Mother. He returned to Vienna in 2015 to produce the Award-winning Eisenherz, and to apply to the Film Akademie in Vienna. He is one of three directing students to have been accepted. Kalb is one of his application films.
Cast/Featuring: Lukas Greiderer, Toni Greiderer
Executive Producer(s): Helma Quitt-Stern, Franz Ernestus Quitt
Producer(s): Franz Maria Quitt
Director(s): Franz Maria Quitt
Screenwriter(s): Franz Maria Quitt
Cinematographer(s): Roman Chalupnik a.a.c
Editor(s): Franz Maria Quitt
Sound Designer(s): Tong Zhang
Courtesy of: aug&ohr medien
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