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Last Monday I assisted to the shooting of the Bighead’s pilot, a black comedy TV series written by Marlene Melchior and directed by Alex Forge about young artists in Berlin.

Being an affordable/rather cheap city, Berlin has always welcomed artists of any kind and Anjuna Pashnani, around whom the show revolves, is there to blog everything in the scene (if she doesn’t get distracted). Nevertheless, Anjuna journeys through Berlin’s many art scenes blundering through the abounding paradoxes and formidable egos of wanna-be artists in their 20’s.

I only know about the scene I was involved in, a LMFAO kind of party, but I imagine the screenplay something like HOB’s Girls. I won’t know until is out, so I’m anxiously curious!

Here are some shots of the day at an old, abandoned building.

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Sarah Grether and Marlene Melchior.
Sarah Grether and Marlene Melchior.
Marlene Melchior and Minna Partanen
Marlene Melchior and Minna Partanen
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Benedicte Kjobstad.
Benedicte Kjobstad.
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Author: Bea Cabrera

Freelance Filmmaker with a passion for big cities, snowboard, cinema and a weakness for the smell of freshly ground coffee. Engineer & Graphic Designer in a previous life, loving and living both: art and technology.  

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