Experiencing Interruptions?


"95 million photos and videos are shared in instagram per day!" ... "Over 40 billion photos have been shared" ... "More pictures are now taken every two minutes than were taken in the last century!"

Photography have changed massively over the years. Let us think about because inflation means loss of value.
Let's take a look at a normal social media day - with #ANALOG!

This film consists of 35mm analog photography by Johannes Ziegler and sets a sign against the decline in value.

Johannes Ziegler also wrote and recorded the "ANALOG" rap song, he performed.

  • Johannes Ziegler
    KRUMP, Tears of the Olive
  • Johannes Ziegler
    Two Sugars As Always, KRUMP, Tears of the Olive
  • Johannes Ziegler
  • Johannes Ziegler
    Director of Photography
  • Sita De Racskai Robert
    Music Composer
  • Johannes Ziegler
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Music Video, Short
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 12 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 30, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
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  • Language:
    English, German
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  • Student Project:
  • 7th Insomnia International Open-Air Animation Film Festival 2019
    In the Forest / 200Km near Moscow
    Russian Federation
    July 18, 2019
    World Premiere
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Johannes Ziegler

Johannes Ziegler is a Award Winning Filmmaker and Artist from Germany. Since his childhood he takes analogue pictures.

Since 2012 Johannes Ziegler works as a freelance filmmaker, director of photography and steadicam operator in the field of film and commercials.

Since then, he has been awarded with numerous international prizes with his film projects.
His short film "KRUMP" won the Special Jury Award at the Madrid Art Film Festival 2017 and at the New Zealand Film Awards 2017.

His latest film "Tears of the Olive" won 3 AWARDS and is running at over 20 international fimlfestivals.

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Director Statement

When the computers and binary codes
stop working we will lose all the digital photos.
But what still exists?