Fuzzlecheck 4
À propos

À propos de nous

Fuzzlecheck est un logiciel de Hannes Hirsch et Diemo Kemmesies. Nous avons étudié la réalisation à l'école de cinéma Filmarche e.V. et à l'Université des Beaux Arts à Berlin, en Allemagne, et travaillons aussi comme cinéastes. Nous aimons soutenir des projets engagés à petit budget et non commerciaux en offrant des prix réduits.

Notre objectif est de garder Fuzzlecheck aussi intuitif et facile d'utilisation que possible tout en offrant une application puissante pour la production de films professionnels. Nous développons constamment l'application, prenons soin du support client et gérons nous-mêmes toutes les ventes et la distribution.

Le logiciel est développé à Berlin. Les données de projet en ligne cryptées sont stockées sur des serveurs chez Hetzner Online en Allemagne. L'énergie du serveur provient de sources d'énergie renouvelables. (2021)

Notre compte bancaire est chez GLS Gemeinschaftsbank eG (une banque sociale et écologique en Allemagne).

Le nom Fuzzlecheck fait référence à l’expression allemande “vérifier la poussière“ qui était un terme utilisé couramment dans les productions utilisant un film négatif. Lors de la prise de vue, une vérification de la fenêtre d’impression était nécessaire après chaque prise pour s'assurer qu'aucune poussière n'était sur la pellicule.


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Mentions légales

Hannes Hirsch et Diemo Kemmesies

Milieufilm GbR Kemmesies & Hirsch
Buerknerstr. 6
12047 Berlin

Compte bancaire:
GLS Gemeinschaftsbank
DE73 4306 0967 1189 2358 00

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