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The Grey Feeling

Franziska Nössing - The Grey Feeling
2021, HD-Film, Colour, Audio by Fabian Kirchmair and Ilja Gasser, 37:58 min.

Many people struggle with depression on a daily basis. In 2020, these were intensified for many, but only a few people speak openly about it. The film "The Grey Feeling” arose from the idea of working through this topic artistically. States of depression are portrayed in this film in form of a ballad with seven scenes (1.Mental Freezing, 2.Mourning, 3.Melancholy, 4.Sensitivity, 5.Fear, 6.Being Broken on the Inside, 7.Admitting the Grey Feeling). The aim is to no longer conceal mental illnesses, but to deal with them openly.

  • Franziska Nössing
  • Franziska Nössing
  • Franziska Nössing
  • Franziska Nössing
    Key Cast
  • Fabian Kirchmair
  • Ilja Gasser
  • Franziska Nössing
    Camera Director
  • Lucas Brand
    Camera Director
  • Fabian Kirchmair
    Camera Director
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Das Graue Gefühl
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Artfilm, Drama, Experimental Film, Ballade
  • Runtime:
    38 minutes 14 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 26, 2021
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  • Student Project:
    Yes - Bildnerische Innsbruck, Mozarteum
Director Biography - Franziska Nössing

Franziska Nössing, born 1994 in Hall in Tirol, lives and works in Innsbruck.

2010-2013 Higher technical college for construction & design at Innsbruck, applied sculpture
2015-2019 Leopold-Franzens-University of Innsbruck, bachelor’s degree in art history
2017-2021 Leopold-Franzens-University of Innsbruck and Mozarteum Innsbruck, studied art and German language and literature to become a teacher
Since 2019 Leopold-Franzens-University of Innsbruck, master’s degree for Art History

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Director Statement

As an artist and art historian, I am primarily concerned with issues of sustainability and the human world of emotions. My focus is on sculpture and film. I entered the world of art through my education in sculpturing. My path led me from working with hammer and chisel to experimenting with disposable materials. When I studied art at the university Mozarteum in Innsbruck I caught up in the medium of film, which I've been very enthusiastic about ever since.