A dystopian city becomes visible. The streets are empty and decaying. The camera zooms into a shop window over which a luminous lettering flickers. With a scratchy tone, a kind of hologram appears on a table standing in the middle of the room. A small bear becomes visible on the hologram table. As a raindrop rises off the table surface and glides upwards, the bear awakens from its rigidity to life. He moves backwards, running in slow motion through a forest that slowly regenerates itself from the destroyed hologram. Drops rise off the table and the hologram transforms into an idyllic forest. Finally, the bear comes to rest on a meadow and falls asleep peacefully.Arne Hain was born in Starnberg in 1995. Already during his school days Arne realized his own film projects and worked as a production assistant on various short and long film productions. After graduating from high school he gained his first professional experience in the animation field, completed an internship at Beast Animation in Belgium and worked as a camera assistant for Trikk17 in Hamburg. Since 2015 Arne studies animation at the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg. In 2016 and 2017 he creates two stop motion animated commercials for NIVEA, which were broadcasted throughout Europe. In 2018 he directs the trailer for the FMX conference. He then works for Tippett Studios in the US, working on Phil Tippett's "MAD GOD" and animating the stop motion holo chess scene for the Disney movie "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker“.