Konstantin Enste

director

Living with the NEVER-MIND™

short film | advertising

Where to put all the sadness?

Credits

actor
Alexander Rung
written, shot & directed by
Konstantin Enste
sound recording & set assistant
Florian Kluck
sound mixing & sound design
Gregor von Sivers
production, set design & edit
Konstantin Enste

Rhabarber Spritz

advertising

Not as sweet as you think…

Credits

director
Konstantin Enste
director of photography
Bianca Büdenbender
unit manager
Florian Kluck
1st AD
Simon Schares
concept
Christina Rankel, Konstantin Enste & Bianca Büdenbender
set design
Mascha Dilger, Patrick Haack & Helen Enste
1st AC
Niklas Soeder
2nd AC & grip
Imanuel Spiegel, Alexander Hansen & Rasaq Jurhat
gaffer
Markus Ott
spark
Felix Lücke, Christine Wetzel & Leander Kupferer
miniatures
Bianca Büdenbender & Konstantin Enste
stylists
Kathi Breitner & Laura Winter
making of
Jan Paschem
production
Konstantin Enste, Bianca Büdenbender
VFX previsualization
Felix Schuch
edited by
Alexander Rung, Konstantin Enste
speaker
Heiko Grauel
sound mixing
Tonstudio Thurig

the talk

short film

Sophie meets Spencer but there isn’t much left of the past.

Credits

Sophie
Felicia Binger
Spencer
Alexander Rung
special guest
Leif Plath
written & directed by
Konstantin Enste
director of photography
Sascha Heyden
co-writing
Alexander Rung
1st AC
Lina Martin
sound mixer
Lukas Hofmann
gaffer
Constanze Werneburg
set runner & catering
Julia Schraft
produced by
Konstantin Enste
production assistant
Maren Rudolph
pre-production wardrobe
Bianca Büdenbender & Astrid Rudolph
previsualization assistant
Florian Kluck
edited by
Konstantin Enste
sound design
Gregor von Sivers

Der Eremit

short film | advertising

Nothing can make the eremite leave his peaceful life in the wilderness - almost nothing.

Credits

actor
Bernhard „Komet“ Enste
production company
dropout films
written, shot & directed by
Konstantin Enste
1st AC
Markus Biersack
set runner
Sabrina Schmuck
edited by
Konstantin Enste

about me

When we arrived at our accommodation for the next two nights, we had no idea what was waiting for us out there in the wild.

We booked a basic tent, but basic felt perfectly fine. The sun was about to set, so after unpacking our things, we went on a short first exploration of the surroundings. The owner, a photographer from England, casually warned us to be extra careful since there was a hippo lurking around in the area.

We went a little bit south west. It was a strange feeling somewhere between excitement and fear - like the hidden instincts inside me kicking in. I planned each of my steps deliberately, there was no chance to see behind the high grass, where the hippopotamus was possibly grazing peacefully. I wasn’t sure If I was overstating everything a little bit, but I felt pure bliss. Besides the grass we only saw some minor rocks and the illuminated mountain ridge in the background, though.

The hippo showed up not where we expected it, instead we spotted it the moment we came back in the small river alarmingly close to our quarters.

I used to plan and assemble Lego spaceships, today I‘m trying similar things with film.