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Josh&Jacob - Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH - Telegram JPG
Josh&Jacob - Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH - Telegram JPG
Josh&Jacob - Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH - Telegram JPG
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Josh&Jacob - Telegram
Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH

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Title of Piece: Josh&Jacob
Brand: Telegram
Production Company: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH
Director(s) : Alexander Kühn
Business Region: 37040
Short Synopsis: Josh & Jacob are best friends since they can think. But going through childhood together there was also a competitive side to their friendship. Through the course of time, feelings of jealousy and comparison drive a wedge between them and finally their friendship is at stake. Will friendship ultimately be destroyed?
Runtime: 02:36
Release Date: 2020-02-16
Producer(s): Marco henn, Simona Weber, Stefanie Gödicke
Director of Photography: Adrian Kuchenreuther
Editor: Raquel Caro Nunez
Production Design: Raina Todoroff
Costume Design: Violetta Büld
Music Composer: Alexander Wolf David
Visual Effects: johannes Riegraf
Sound Design: Sirius Kestel
Script: Alexander Kühn
Individual Credits: Color Grading - Marina Starke
Notes for Judging: Our friendships change over the course of time, as we ourselves change. We move to new places, we meet new people. The forever best friends who used to live down the road are suddenly hundreds of kilometres away. Josh & Jacob have always been closest friends. They go through the best times of their lifes together, face challenges in their childhood, go through puberty and share their experiences of falling in love for the first time. Also they sometimes find themselves comparing themselves to each other. When they grow up and circumstances as well as their personality change, the friendship is at stake, as they are slowly growing apart from each other. A simple race between children, becomes a metaphor for a whole life. What are the rules?
Statement: 37091