Sophie Linnenbaum’s first feature film, “The Ordinaries,” serves as a beacon of innovation, further enhanced by the involvement of Volucap. With its blend of wit, creativity, and a profound parable set in a three-tiered fictional ‘film-world,’ the film not only delivers a political statement but also expands the boundaries of cinematic technology.
“The Ordinaries” has garnered recognition at various film festivals and bagged multiple awards. It has been honoured with the New German Cinema Support Award at the Munich Film Festival and the BUNTE New Faces Award for the Best Debut Film. The film’s successful premiere at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and its current nomination for the German Film Award underscore its widespread acclaim.
The talented cast includes Fine Sendel, Jule Böwe, and Sira-Anna Faal. The screenplay, co-penned by Linnenbaum and Michael Fetter Nathansky, marks the film as a significant milestone in modern filmmaking. A Bandenfilm production supported by ZDF among others, “The Ordinaries” continues to shine as a symbol of technological innovation and narrative excellence in cinema. This is particularly evident in the film’s use of Volucap’s volumetric capture elements, which bring an unmatched level of realism and immersive experience.
“The Ordinaries” – A Hologram by Volucap