Thomas Meyer-Hermann (1995)
The film depicts the creation of the world through playful images that draw parallels with the creative process associated with art. It focuses on the problems and dangers involved. But all’s well that ends well – because we’re at the movies.
From 1977 to 1984 Meyer-Hermann studied graphic design at the Stuttgart Art Academy with professors Peter Grau and Albrecht Ade. During his studies and in the years after, he made six animated short films that were awarded several festival prizes.
In 1985 he began his academic career as a lecturer for animated film at the Stuttgart Art Academy and has been a professor of animated film at the Kassel Art College since 2000. As part of his teaching activity, he has been designing and organizing the Kassel game room since 2011, the festival of author games.
Since 1989 he has been working as managing director, producer and director in the Film Bilder studio in Stuttgart. There are animated films in all animation techniques. The studio production includes both free artistic short films and animated commissioned works. The short films won more than 130 awards at international festivals.