The End of Togetherness · Nils Timm
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THE END OF TOGETHERNESS is a surreal parable about a man forced to end the true self he is. This short film, shot in a day in a German forest, is Nils’ 1st short film which granted him acceptance into AFI’s Directing program. The dreamlike and surreal tone, a visual language inspired by German painter Caspar David Friedrichs and it’s story about personal duality are recurring themes and aesthetics throughout Nils’ work since this first narrative film.


Writer, Director, Producer, Editor: Nils Timm

Cinematographer: Volker Schellbach

Composer: Pete Haycock


RT: 3min

Format: S35mm (SD)

Budget: $2K

Distributor: N/A

Release Date: N/A