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Gisela / Gisela

Gisela
Gisela

“Give me the money! And hurry up!” That’s how an unknown woman introduced herself in several banks in the mid-sixties. The animation movie “Gisela” tells the unusual story of Germany’s first female bank robber who became known as the “bank lady”. With the help of manipulated pictures the detective story is re-enacted and staged. The computer application Photoshop represents the setting where the action takes place by moving image layers. Gisela disguises herself for the hold-ups by digital image processing. The audience should enjoy itself eagerly awaiting the resolution of this case.

University

Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach

Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach
Offenbach am Main, Germany

Kommunikationsdesign, Professor Klaus Hesse

Design

Baumann, Katja

Baumann, Katja
Offenbach am Main, Germany

Katja Baumann