One Second of Sehnsucht
Cainné Angste
EXEC. PRODUCER: Manuel Nguyen
PRODUCER: Peter Scherb
1ST AD: Stefan Pecher
DIRECTORS: Moritz Uthe & Oscar Pecher
CONCEPT: Dian Warsosumarto
AGENCY: Cainné Angste
INSPIRATION: Martin Stöbich
Camera Department
DP: Moritz Uthe
1ST AC: Stefan Maitz
2ND AC: Richard Belicky
Gaffers Department
GAFFER: David Carey
BEST GIRL: Philine Hofmann
ELECTRICIAN: Clemens Hillinger
ELECTRICIAN: Johann van der Merwe
GRIP: Julian Matzat
STYLIST: Sophie Fehrmann
Visual Effects
Post Production
EDIT: Stefan Pecher
COLOR: Nikola Stefanovic (The Mill)
MUSIC: Moritz Scharf
VOICE-OVER: Aladine Guettaf
TITLE DESIGN: Oscar Pecher
LAB/SCAN: Cinelab UK
SHOT ON: Kodak
GRADING: The Mill Shanghai
Specials Thanks
Andreas Ni
Noah Wanzl
Ruth Warsosumarto
Constantin Warsosumarto
Paul Warsosumarto
Sophie Warsosumarto
Julia Warsosumarto
Rosa Havel
Flo Hofer
Daniel Gascon
Ryan Plöchl
Andreas Buchschachner
MXR Productions GmbH
Dangl Light & Grip
Dopplinger Filmgeräteverleih

"Sometimes the things that never happen
have just as big of an influence."

"Cainné Angste" is is a creative word play
in faux French, which translates best to
„Keine Angst“ or „Don’t you fear“ in English.

„One Second Of Sehnsucht“ deals with our
creative protagonist’s future, that actually
didn’t happen. Starting in the mid-nineties,
Dian continuously dreamt about a life in
New York City. But, all that wasn’t meant
to be. To this day, he never lived or worked
outside of Austria, and has never visited
New York City …

Surrounded by the confrontation with his
younger self(s), the film visualizes Dian’s
longing for long gone dreams and distant
influences along the path of life. The voice
recites his way of finding peace in
acceptance of life as an ongoing process.

Behind the Scenes

"This project really came together in a matter
of days and right from the beginning we made
the decision to go with 35mm. We wanted this
film to feel real and authentic. It is crucial to
feel all the little imperfections and happy
accidents not only needed to be a part but to
carry the film’s metaphors. This humane and
honest feeling can only be captured on celluloid.
We limited ourselves to only use a maximum of
3 rolls. So we really picked our shots carefully.“

—Moritz Uthe & Oscar Pecher


Creative Club Austria – Bronze (Film Craft)
Creative Club Austria – Silver (Sound Design)
Creative Club Austria – Shortlist (Eigenwerbung)
Art Directors Club Germany – Shortlist

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