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Happytrail

film type animated film, documentary film Production Country Germany production year 2021 runtime 5'19 animation technique stop motion, 2D computer animation
screening format DCP aspect ratio 1.78:1 (16:9) sound format Dolby Atmos languages Deutsch Subtitles Englisch

Body hair on women's bodies. A topic that inevitably occupies a woman as soon as the first hairs sprout. Franka had a lot of hair on her legs, under her arms, on her belly - like many women. Depilation hurts and doesn't feel right. But is there another alternative accepted by society? Franka speaks about her experiences and her decision to let her body hair grow.

director Jakob Werner, Thea Sparmeier, Pauline Cremer Produktion / Production Jakob Werner, Thea Sparmeier, Pauline Cremer Animation Jakob Werner, Thea Sparmeier Drehbuch / Script Jakob Werner, Thea Sparmeier, Pauline Cremer Schnitt / Editing Jakob Werner Bildgestaltung / DOP Hannes Schulze Tongestaltung / Sound Design Nils Plambeck Original-Filmmusik / Original Score Sebastian Farnbacher
Festivals
2021 DOK Leipzig - Internationales Leipziger Festival für Dokumentar- und Animationsfilm, Germany
Production
  • Thea Sparmeier
Distribution
  • Thea Sparmeier
Sales
  • Thea Sparmeier

Jakob Werner

Jakob Werner, born 1994, studied communication design at the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences. During his studies, he focused on motion design and animation. His work deals with socio-politically relevant topics such as sea rescues, coming to terms with the past and gender roles.

Filmography
2018 12 Seemeilen

Thea Sparmeier

Born in 1992,Thea Sparmeier is studying communication design at the FH Potsdam. She works as an independent strategist and graphic designer. She advocates female empowerment and does not commit herself to any particular form in her work, in order to do justice to the different topics she works on each time anew.

Pauline Cremer

Born in 1996, Pauline Cremer is studying communication design at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. She also works as a freelance illustrator, mainly in the field of editorial. For her work, she experiments a lot with printing techniques such as linocut and risography, and is always reinventing herself.