What Difference Does It Make? A Film About Making Music
What Difference Does it Make? is a feature documentary about the choice of becoming a musician: following the young participants of the Red Bull Music Academy's 2013 session in New York, the film includes interviews with many famous avantgarde musicians such as Brian Eno, Philip Glass, Giorgio Moroder and others. Directed by Ralf Schmerberg, this streetstyle film describes the process of making music, perfectly capturing the essence of New York's brilliant artistic scene.
- 2013, 90MIN, Doc.
- DIRECTOR: Ralf Schmerberg
- CAMERA: Kevin Klein, Ralf Schmerberg
- EDITOR: Einar Snorri
- SCRIPT: Ralf Schmerberg, Easton West
- SOUND: Easton West
- ACTORS: Brian Eno, Philip Glass, Giorgio Moroder a mnoho dlaších / and many others
Ralf Schmerberg is an internationally acclaimed director and a founder of the Berlin-based artist collective Mindpirates. He has created feature films and music videos for the past 20 years, establishing a signature visual style that has earned him a Cannes Gold Lion and the Cinema for Peace Award. In 2012, he was named Germany’s Creative Leader Of The Year. His distinctive close-up and personal aesthetic can be seen throughout What Difference Does It Make? A Film About Making Music.