Berlin Playground is a mini film inspired by my experience of moving to Berlin.
Everywhere I go, Berlin has pockets of what I would describe as “dystopian playgrounds”, which are very DIY structured spaces for people to hang out. They are rough and edgy, yet very playful and inviting. With the city changing, I wonder how long these dystopian playgrounds will survive.
Most of the materials used to create the sets are trash found on the streets of Berlin. The only things I bought were glue, paper for backgrounds, and some scraps of wood which cost 10 cents (and I had some left over paint).
Making of —> http://www.kahoyoshida.com/#/berlin-playground/