Who’s Jan Lachauer?
Movie ReviewLachauer were nominated for the movie ‘Room’. Jacob Schuh and Jan Lachauer are nominated in Oscar 2018 for Best Short Film for its movie Revolting Rhymes. Jan Lachauer was born in 1983 in Munich. At Ludwigsburg and the Gobelins he studied between 2006 and 2011, lcole p l’image at Paris. Lachauer made his professional debut of ‘Room On The Broom’ in 2012. The movie has been Academy Award. It was the winner of the class in the 2013 BAFTA Children’s Awards. Additionally, It won the Cristal and the International Emmy Kids Awards 2013 . Jan Lachauer works and resides in Berlin.
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A Short about his Movies
Movie ReviewHe is an animator. Here’s a short brief about the movies he’s worked since he started his career in filmmaking at 2008: * Sapmi Sapmi was an animated Brief movie co-directed and revived by Max Lang and Lachauer in their next year in the Filmakademie (2008). It had been created to exemplify a myth in a documentary concerning the Lapland. This animated movie is all about a barrel of nuclear waste that falls into the protagonist an ordinary German’s room. His efforts produce the comedy in this animated show that is enjoyable. Characters and backgrounds make this claymation style’s usage and were made with 3D computer animation’s art. The show is peppered here and there with comedy and integrates a message. The brief is 4 mins and 17 minutes long. It was released in May. Jan Lachauer and Thorsten Loffler co-directed the Movie. Thorsten Loffler and Marianne Gassner co-produced it. Intertwining and retelling five of those six poems in the publication, the movie can be narrated by Dominic West and was created by Magic Light Pictures. It had been aired in the USA on PBS. The narrative revolves round the Big Bad Wolf who remembers his meeting. Its first installment of Revolting Rhymes Part One is nominated for the Academy Award for Best Short Film in the Academy Awards that were 90th.
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