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BLUATSTILLN - To Remind Me of Life

After the death of her grandmother, a young doctor returns to her family home and finds herself thrown back into an old world full of tradition, faith and mysticism, in which she is to be entrusted with the practice of bloodstopping, her family’s legacy, and confronted with her roots and the contradictions within herself.

  • Julia Rosa Peer
  • Roland Silbernagl
  • Jasmin Mairhofer
    Key Cast
  • Julia Rosa Peer
    Key Cast
  • Franco Marco Avi
  • Nina Wermann
  • Julia Rosa Peer
  • Julia Rosa Peer
  • Christoph Stock
    Original Score
  • Izobel Cope
    Sound Design
  • Peter Rösner
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  • Genres:
    Drama, Mystery
  • Runtime:
    22 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    January 1, 2024
  • Production Budget:
    6,000 EUR
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    6K RedCodeRaw
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Director Biography - Julia Rosa Peer

Actress Julia Rosa Peer makes her debut as a writer, director & producer with her first short film "Bluatstilln". She studied acting with Bill Esper at the renowned William Esper Studio NYC and premiered with her first role in the feature films "Dead in 3 days" I & II (by Andreas Prochaska) at Locarno Film Festival. Following several feature films including a.o. "Home is Here (by Tereza Kotyk), "Zingerle" (by Eric Weglehner), and the series "Winzerkönig" and "Das Jüngster Gericht" (by Urs Egger).

She is part of the ensemble of the series "School of Champions" and currently shooting season two of the Austrian/German/Swiss co-production.

Peer has written several theater plays, including "Leaving Ziller Valley I & II" and "Ejaculation - Discussion about Female Sexuality", which have toured in 3 languages in 15 countries and won several awards.

She is part of the Austrian Film Academy and lives in Berlin & Innsbruck.

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Director Statement

Fun Facts: first time filmmakers, original score, low-budget independent filmmaking (6.000 Euro), Co-Production Austria & Germany