|MANN IM SPAGAT - PACE, COWBOY, PACE|
|Cast: ||Timo Jacobs, Clemens Schick, Rolf Zacher, Meret Becker, Claude Oliver Rudolph, Volker Zack Michalowski, Friedrich Liechtenstein, Dorothea Hagena, Susanne Wuest, Natalia Belitski, Olli Schulz, Hans Ulrich Laux, Hanni Bergesch|
|Crew: ||Producers: Timo Jacobs|
Cowboy has a vision. He wants to save the planet with his movement of Free Swingers, so he applies for a grant at The Central Agency who sends a representative named Fey of Sweden to approve Cowboys proposal. She demands results and he decides to stage a charity bicycle rally featuring a roster of two-wheeled Berlin misfits. Meanwhile Cowboys neighbor kills the budgie of his mother and sets the Devil of Hermannplatz on him to sabotage his plans. Pretty bad timing, considering he also has to rescue his stubborn mother from a shady retirement home. Torn between Cowboy’s budding crush on Fey of Sweden, his hot neighbor Angel and his innate drive towards chaos, the rally racers are doing anything other but not what they should: cycling. "Pace, Cowboy, Pace“
Timo Jacobs - Aside from being involved in development and production of the movie, he is both the director and lead actor. He launched his acting career as a protégé of German author and director Klaus Lemke. Following that, he graduated from the Michael Tschechow acting school in Berlin and attended several international acting workshops.
His first leading role was in the 2003 feature film "3 Minute Heroes." He has appeared in German and international TV and movie productions ever since. Awards and accolades include the 2010 Hamburg Filmfest Montblanc Award for "Pete the Heat," the Grand Prize of the Jury at the Rome International Filmfest for "L’Uomo Che Verra" the Grand Prize of the Jury at the Berlin 48 Hour Film Project for "84" as well as nominations for the German Film Award among others.
His feature film debut, "Klappe Cowboy!," premiered at the 2012 Max Ophüls Film Festival. It went on to win the audience award at the Achtung Berlin Festival as well as a special diploma at the Deboshir Film Festival in St Petersburg, Russia.
2016 Jacobs got nominated at the "Deutscher Schauspielerpreis" for his leading role in the Tatort.