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Errors of the Human Body is a psychological thriller about one man’s quest for redemption from his own disturbing past, set within the mysterious world of genetic engineering.
GENRE: Psychological Thriller
PROJECT STATUS: Distribution
Seeking a new laboratory to pursue his controversial genetic research, Dr Geoff Burton takes up a position at the world-renowned Institute for Molecular Cell Biology & Genetics in wintry Dresden, Germany.
His contribution to their most top-secret project – a human regeneration gene – has the potential to make something extraordinary out of a personal tragedy that has haunted him for years. But when he uncovers a conspiracy amongst his colleagues, he finds instead something quite different: a terrifying new virus, with potentially both devastating and miraculous consequences for humanity – and for Geoff, who is not only its first victim, but its unwitting source.
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ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Eron is an Australian writer/director currently working in Germany. His eclectic background in puppetry, animation, and cinematography has strongly informed his films to date. His shorts include Fledgling (1999), a model animation film about the first human born from a rocky womb in the desert, Bing (2002) an urban fairytale about an old man that rips out a tooth and transforms it with a railway train, and Fish (2005) the story of a boy that makes treasure out of trash, and meets a girl who thinks she is. Fish screened at the 2006 Berlin International Film Festival, and won the Emerging Australian Filmmaker at the Melbourne International Film Festival, and was nominated for a Dendy award at the Sydney International Film Festival.
Eron has also directed the short film William, the story of an indigenous magician, which screened at the 2007 Sundance film festival and won two Grand Jury Prizes for direction and cinematography at the Montreal First People's Festival - Terres En Vues. His films have screened and won prizes at many prestigious international film festivals such as Sundance, Berlin, Telluride, Chicago, Hawaii and Melbourne.
Eron is currently working as head of development for the Berlin based production company, Instinctive Film (The Bang Bang Club, 13 Semesters) and has just written the new psychological thriller for Xavier Gens (Frontier(s), Hitman) titled 'The Divide' which is currently in post production. Eron also worked as co-producer and 2nd unit director. He is also busy preparing his debut feature 'Errors of the Human Body', a provocative film about one man's quest for redemption from his own disturbing past, set within the mysterious world of genetic engineering and developed whilst artist-in-resident at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden, Germany.
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THE PRODUCTION CREW
Director: Eron Sheean
Writers: Eron Sheean, Shane Danielsen
Line Producer: Loreen Siemes
Production Supervisor: Uri Moss
Director of Photography: Anna Howard
1st Assistant Director: Florian Schwombeck
2nd Assistant Director: Nicole Cramer
Production Designer: Karin Betzler
Costume Designer: Claudia Torsiello
Key Make Up: Gloria Goschel
Editor: Jack Rath, Patrick Wilfert
Make Up FX: Kristyan Mallett
Gaffer: Kai Geigerich
Key Grip: Boris Heide
Sound: Robert Fuhrmann
SteadyCam: Alex Traumann
Focus Puller: Facundo Altube
Producers: Darryn Welch, Cole Payne
Co Producers: Mike Dehghan, Nick Feik, Michael Wrenn
Executive Producers: Chris Ouwinga, Tony Rollo, Cathy Rollo, Bernadette Burgi, Justus Peter, Rainer Bruns
For more information on the Setting and Visual Style Click Here.
Camera: Alexa by Arri for more info click here
Format: High Definition Colour (ArriRaw) – 2880 x 1620 Pixels
Aspect Ratio: 2:35 Wide scope
Post Production: Prime Focus London, for more info click here
Errors of the Human Body is set in Dresden, a city steeped in history. Destroyed by allied bombings toward the end of WWII, it was reconstructed to it's former glory. For more information please visit the Dresden Tourism website. To view more location images you need to Become a Sponsor