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Fåirn Blurau

Fåirn Blurau

Fåirn Blurau


At the age of three years the artist Fåirn Blurau made his first sociocritical movie called "Irfans Welt". He put it on an 8-mm Camera, which was a present of his mentor and by marriage related great-uncle on his mother's side. The movie won the pre-school prize for film-talented people. From now on, the life of the great artist Fåirn Blurau semmed to be pre-determined. His great career was interrupted by the school-law and he had to manage this barrier before he could go on. Read more on Last.fm
At the age of three years the artist Fåirn Blurau made his first sociocritical movie called "Irfans Welt". He put it on an 8-mm Camera, which was a present of his mentor and by marriage related great-uncle on his mother's side. The movie won the pre-school prize for film-talented people. From now on, the life of the great artist Fåirn Blurau semmed to be pre-determined. His great career was interrupted by the school-law and he had to manage this barrier before he could go on. After he passed his school qualifications with big educational turmoils in the then-wall-town Berlin he was prepared for a big carreer and he was convinced that his career could even be bigger and more successful because of the additional experience of life he made when he went to school. Today he thinks music makes a person better and does some music too (some bad tongues say that he tells this "school" of life"). The records developed with two/all of his friends were put on so-called vinyl-records and new technological achievements like the compact-disk and sold, so Fåirn Blurau could finance his film-projects. 2006 he started to work with the world-famous artist Fil and developed a charakter called "Krümel". This project woke up a new need in Fåirn Blurau's stubborn head, he wanted the content, the form and the creature of his films to transcendent to the outermost edge of humanly possible art. Read more on Last.fm.

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