Elfi and August storming the Opera Stage
MeTube III: August sings “Una furtiva lagrima” premieres on 20 August at the Film Festival at Vienna Rathausplatz 2020. The web release will be on 21 August.
MeTube 3 August sings Una furtiva Lagrima © Moshel Film
MeTube – August sings “Una furtiva lagrima”, is the third collaboration of director Daniel Moshel and opera singer August Schram and completes the trilogy of the internationally award-winning MeTube short film series. This time the intergalactic music nerds August and Elfi conquer the opera stage and orchestrate their final adventure in an opulent manner. This boundary bending opera and electronic music video was made possible with the help of Csokonai theater in Debrecen and an international roaster of post production houses.
After the two prequels have been shown all over the world including the renowned Sundance Film Festival, the last installment of MeTube will be shown to the public for the first time on the 20 August at 23:00 as part of the Film Festival at Vienna Rathausplatz 2020 and will be released online the next day on: www.metube.at
Original title MeTube: August sings “Una furtiva lagrima”
Director Daniel Moshel
Genre Opera crossover Music Video
Production year 2020
Production Company Moshel Film
Producer Daniel Moshel, August Schram
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