New Film “The Funeral Dancer” has been shot!

Natalie’s new short film, the sci-fi drama “The Funeral Dancer” has been shot in Berlin last week and the editing process has already started!


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Thanks to our amazing set photographer Roman Benbihy, we also got some fantastic pictures of the shoot:

“The Funeral Dancer” tells the story of “Jazz”, who works as a funeral entertainer which has become one of the best paid jobs in a world, where funerals are a status symbol and at the same time an obligation to entertain relatives, friends and work colleagues alike. Expectations are high, morals are low. While Jazz tries to entertain the mourners, she is forced to face severe problems of her own.
language: German, available with English, Spanish, Italian and French subtitles

Stay tuned for all updates and news!


New Film “The Funeral Dancer” has been shot!

Support and become part of Natalie’s new project in Esperanto!!!

For all Esperanto enthusiasts! Become part of Natalie’s new web series in ESPERANTO called “Malsano Nomata Amo” ! (“A Disease Called Loved”) !!!! 

After the success of Natalie’s short film “A Universal Love Story” in Esperanto, she is now planning a new web series in Esperanto called “Malsano Nomata Amo”!

Good news: you can support this project now on Patreon:

Let’s create some more video content in Esperanto together!

Plot Outline:
This is not a love story, but it is a story about love. It is an anti-love story, about a society, where love has become a crime and Esperanto a forbidden language, only used by those who don’t follow the rules despite all consequences.

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Support and become part of Natalie’s new project in Esperanto!!!

Natalie goes to CANNES!!!

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Founder of the Female Filmmakers Festival Berlin- FFFB
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Natalie will be attending Cannes to pitch the script of her feature film “Hot Scary Summer” and to promote her new film festival for female filmmakers called the “The Female Filmmakers Festival Berlin” (FFFB). Natalie MacMahon attended Film Acting School in Berlin. She went on to write her first script for the short film “The Man Who Couldn’t Cry”, which has been screened at numerous international film festivals. She followed this with her film noir style short films “Like A Summer Sonata” and “Lola wants to see the sea”, which were equally successful.
In 2017, Natalie released “It’s getting darker every day”, a dark sci-fi drama set in the future, as well as her melancholic Esperanto short “A Universal Love Story”. The young director just finished her sci-fi genre mix “The Redhead” and has started working on her first feature film script. Alongside her work as a screenwriter and director, Natalie continues to work as an experienced actress, presenter and translator.

Natalie goes to CANNES!!!

“A Universal Love Story”- the success continues for this unique film in Esperanto!!!


After an extremely successful start in 2017 with many festival screenings, the success of  “A Universal Love Story” continues! Here is a quick overview of our recent successes and screenings:

We WON the award for “Best Experimental Film” at the “Porto Femme International Film Festival” in Portugal:


It has been nominated as “Best Fantasy Short” at the “Genre Celebration Film Festival”!


We had a successful screening at the fantastic “Tallahassee Film Festival”!


And also at a very unique Pop Up Film Festival at a Bunker in Cologne called “Eintagsfliege”!


And WON at the “Top Indie Film Awards” in the category “Best Original idea”!

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And now we are looking forward to our next screening at the amazing “Madeira Film Festival”!


In June “A Universal Love Story” will also be screened at the “Porto Femme International Festival”!

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“A Universal Love Story” will be screened at the 50th “Fotogramma d’Oro Short Film Film Festival” on May 23 in Messina, Italy with italian subtitles!!!!


And we also had great screenings at the “Ibiza International Film Festival”:


soon to come:


Stay tuned for more exciting updates!!!

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“A Universal Love Story”- the success continues for this unique film in Esperanto!!!

Lola wants to see…BERLIN”!

TODAY “Lola wants to see the sea” will be screened at the fantastic “GRRL Haus Cinema” film event!

After travelling the world, Lola has arrived back in Berlin!

Check it out and thanks to “GRRL Haus Cinema” for the support!



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Lola wants to see…BERLIN”!

Check out the Berlinale issue of “German Films Quarterly” featuring my new film “The Redhead”!

Get your copy of the new “German Films Quarterly” issue at Berlinale featuring  “The Redhead”:

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REVIEW of the film (By “Largo Film Awards”):

The plot is an elliptical day-to-day of a “call center” type of business, one that acts as a hotline service for women who feel stalked or in danger while walking alone at night. Simultaneously, one employee spends his downtime in a virtual reality simulation.

The film spirals toward its feverish nightclub conclusion, in which the protagonist’s infatuation with the girl from the simulation bleeds into reality, where the man who is supposed to be acting as a barrier for predators in fact becomes the predator himself. Intercut with scenes of him at work in finding the client’s location, this conclusion serves as a final testament to the film’s power. It confronts the issue of sexual harassment/predation in a distanced, almost clinical, way. Decent acting, cinematography, and an engaging electronic score aside, it is ultimately the directing that makes “The Redhead” successful in what it sets out to do.

MacMahon’s film is an effective study of obsessive attraction due to its technical artistry, presenting its story in a way that avoids conventionality from the start.

Check out the Berlinale issue of “German Films Quarterly” featuring my new film “The Redhead”!

Natalie’s first short film “The Man Who Couldn’t Cry” as well as her second short film “Like A Summer Sonata” are now available on REALEYZ!

Natalie’s very first shortfilm “The Man Who Couldn’t Cry” is now on the number one streaming platform for independent films “Realeyz”!

You can watch the full film on the website:

And also Natalie’s second short film “Like A Summer Sonata” is now available in full length on “Realeyz”- a streaming platform for independent films:


Natalie’s first short film “The Man Who Couldn’t Cry” as well as her second short film “Like A Summer Sonata” are now available on REALEYZ!