"What I see here feels like it could be a narrative that explores that line between the private lives of youth and the very public things they do nowadays."
"Young and ambitious, capturing the paradoxical nature of life."
Sound on Sight
"I think that big studio productions can learn something from this independent film. The true value of a movie is in the richness of the story, and well developed characters."
Fat Samurai Reviews
"Pixelschatten is (...) constructed with superb taste, confidence and remarkable naturalism (particularly given its subject matter). Director Anil Jacob Kunnel, shooting on what can only be described as a face-mounted-DSLR-rig, assembles an endearing cast of young German talent that work hard to reap genuine emotional investment from the audience." Reflections
15. September - 21. September
20. Februar 2013, 19 Uhr
Kleine Theaterstraße 10
Feb. 1st, 2013
Echo Park Film Center
1200 North Alvarado Street
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Program starts at 7:30pm
Tickets: $5 at the door, BYOB
20. Januar 2013, 22 Uhr
Tage des Provinzfilms, Münster, GER
North American Premiere:
Palo Alto Int'l Filmfestival, USA
Input Sidney 2012, AUS
Grinell College, USA
Zoom Igualada Festival Barcelona, ESP
REC Internationales junges Filmfestival, Berlin, GER
ASGS Gymnasium, Marl, GER
Jubiläum Thüringer Medienanstalt,
Münster Premiere, GER
Bodybits im Haus der Kulturen Berlin, GER
"A potent and affecting film, filled with moments so genuine that they manage to capture that rare moment when life is both funny and painful."
"Like David Fincher's "The Social Network", this film brilliantly captures our modern online culture."
"Piixelschatten is an excellent look at the attraction of social media, the dangers it represents, and the problematic nature of attempting to represent 'the truth' in one's art, whatever that might mean."
"An authentic, refreshing and entertaining look at what it means to live in a modern world"
CC2K -The Nexus of Pop-Culture Fandom
"A near-perfect examination of real lives through an actual first-hand perspective"
The Cinematic Katzenjammer