Go behind the scenes of Uwe Flade's short film Prison Food with Shoot! in this exclusive interview and making of video.
Uwe Flade was born in Munich in 1971, but now lives and works in Berlin where he is best known for working on music videos for artists including Depeche Mode, Franz Ferdinand, In Extremo, Nickelback and Rammstein.
His film, Prison Food, is a tale of entrapment, tension and the power of the human imagination. With only a ball and the human mind to comfort them, Flade's characters envision a better life for themselves, free from their repetitive, helpless state.
Given the PlayStation stimulus word Share, Uwe created Prison Food - a tale of two downhearted convicts and their efforts to create an imaginary world within the confines of their prison cell - with help from Marc Rothemund as Executive Producer.
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