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CONCRETE LOVE – THE BÖHM FAMILY (Trailer)

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A movie about architects family Gottfried Boehm, Dominikus Boehm, Stephan Boehm, Peter Boehm and Paul Boehm. Directed by Maurizius Staerkle-Drux.

Gottfried Boehm is one of the most important contemporary German architects. His fame is based on the creation of of sculptural buildings of concrete, steel and glass, some of which are counted among the architectural icons of the 20th century. As the son of Dominikus Boehm, he is the patriarch of a dynasty of architects to which his sons Stephan, Peter and Paul Boehm have also belonged for a long time. 94 years old today, he still works daily on the development and construction designs of his office. When Gottfried Boehm’s wife Elisabeth, also an architect and the major source of inspiration for all four Boehms, died a few years ago, the family was robbed of its emotional centre.

Maurizius Staerkle Drux works as a filmmaker and sound designer.
He was born in Cologne (Germany) and grew up in Zürich (Switzerland). Influenced by musical instruments and sign language he moves between the worlds of language and images, which come together in film.
Since graduating from the Zurich University of the Arts he has worked as a documentary filmmaker and sound designer.
2014 he founded the MAXDRUX & Co GmbH in Zürich, which produces stories & sounds. His works have won several international prizes like the “Jury Award” of the Int. Filmfestival on Art in Montréal, the Swiss “Upcoming Talent Award” or the prestigious “Goethe Prize” at the Int. Filmfestival in Leipzig.
More of him: http://www.maxdrux.com

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