After releasing some pictures of our shoot for my new short film “The Redhead” this summer, many people have been asking for more information about the film. Good news! Today we are releasing the official trailer of “The Redhead”!
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“A Universal Love Story” wins first prize in the category short film at the “LA Film Crash Film Festival”!!!
Film Crash announces Film Awards for 2017 show!
Stars Directed by Han Zhang First Prize Animated Film
The Locket Directed by Spencer Henry Williams First Prize Student Film
A Universal Love Story Directed by Natalie MacMahon First Prize Short Film
Voices From Kaw Thoo Lei Directed by Martha Gorzycki First Prize Documentary
Corridory Directed by Matt Meindl First Prize Experimental Film
Penny and Paul Directed by Brian Rawlins First Prize Drama
After its world premiere at the “Sydney Indie Film Festival”, “A Universal Love Story” has been doing very well and will also be screened at the “Braunschweig International Film Festival” at the end of October (Germany premiere), as well as the “Oregon State International Film Festival” and the “Cardiff International Film Festival” (UK premiere).
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“A Universal Love Story” is going to premiere in a couple of weeks at the “Sydney Indie Film Festival”! This will be its world premiere!
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“A Universal Love Story” is a short fantasy drama about the possibility of finding love in an impersonal world in the distant future, where everyone is so focused on himself, that it seems almost impossible to connect to another person.
All that’s left is the memory of love and the hope to experience it one more time. It seems that sometimes it takes a miracle from a different universe to start a revolution.
As the title suggests, it is a universal story about characters with different backgrounds in an undefined time and space. It is a very visual and symbolic film that can be watched several times and each time, one can find a different meaning.
“A Universal Love Story” is one of the few films shot in Esperanto.
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The Female Filmmakers Film Festival Berlin is a new annual three day film festival featuring screenings of international and local short and feature films. The festival focuses on narrative, animated and documentary films by established filmmakers as well as new talents and film students.
The Female Filmmakers Festival Berlin (FFFB) was created for female filmmakers from different ethnic backgrounds and nationalities, who have a unique story to tell. The goal is to showcase the best of female talent in film from around the world.
Every year two countries will be in the focus of the festival, which means a special section will be dedicated to productions from these countries. In our first edition, our focus will be Ireland and Spain.
All films will be screened in Germany’s oldest cinema, the “Moviemento”:
The festival will take place for the first time from February 8-12, 2019 in Berlin.
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Aven likes to take off his mind by spending his free time in a virtual reality game, which is set in a mysterious, seductive and ambiguous world. This fantasy world is the perfect contrast to his rather boring every-day life, that is determined by a monotonous callcenter job.
Soon this game threatens to take over his life and Aven gets obsessed with a mysterious red-haired woman. What started as a game, eventually becomes bitter reality, where boundaries are non-existent. Has this game become reality or is reality nothing more than a game?
“The Redhead” is a mystery thriller with a virtual reality theme written & directed by Natalie MacMahon, starring:
Nicole A. Zalewska
Anna Maria Hadorn
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Finally, I’m on the way to Cannes- better late than never! So everyone who is still there and wants to meet up, send me a message and let’s enjoy the sun together or even better, let’s walk the red carpet and talk about our exciting new film projects!
When it comes to new projects, I have a lot to talk about!
Soon my Esperanto film “A Universal Love Story” as well as my brand new sci-fi drama “It’s getting darker every day” are going to premiere at two big international film festivals.
“A Universal Love Story” was featured in the Berlinale edition of German Quarterly:
And “It’s getting darker every day” is currently part of the Cannes edition:
I’m also taking part at the Danny Elfman film competition with my film “Minus Degrees”, check it out here:
And in Cannes I’m going to start working on my new short film “The Red Head” as well as my first feature “Hot Scary Summer”…as I have already mentioned, there is a lot to talk about it…looking forward to seeing you all in Cannes!
In a world where light has become a luxury, a young woman who has been living in the darkness for the last couple of years, faces the last minutes before she is going to see the daylight again.
ALINA a young hard working woman, feels like she has won the lottery, because today it’s her turn to leave the darkness for one whole day. While waiting to be picked up to start her adventure, she has mixed feelings about it and can’t decide wether she should be the happiest person in the world or if it would be better to continue living without this experience, that could change her life forever.
“It’s getting darker every day” is a short science fiction drama that leaves a lot of room for different interpretations and makes the audience constantly wonder what has really happened and what is going to happen. Has “Alina” gone crazy yet? Why is she on her own? And what about that baby that we never see, but keep hearing? Is it all in her head?
While trying to figure out her world, we experience the same as she does, the constant sensation of darkness and the only source of light Alina has: a match that only provides her with enough light for a few seconds at a time.
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And check out “It’s getting darker every day” in the Cannes 2017 edition of “German Films Quarterly”: