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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This is the official website of the film:

https://theredhead.space/

Follow us on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/theredheadfilm/

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:

https://stream.realeyz.de/media/the-man-who-couldnt-cry/0_xl50ssys

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:

https://stream.realeyz.de/media/wie-eine-sommersonate/0_n3trnb5r

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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!

Official trailer of new short film “The Redhead” released!

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”!

Be one of the first to watch it:

Also check out our brand new website:

https://theredhead.space/

Interview with #wearemovingstories

http://www.wearemovingstories.com/we-are-moving-stories-videos/2018/7/13/the-redhead

And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/theredheadfilm/

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Official trailer of new short film “The Redhead” released!

“A Universal Love Story” wins first prize in the category short film at the “LA Film Crash Film Festival”!!! 

“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

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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).

Stay tuned for more updates….and follow us on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/universallovestory/

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“A Universal Love Story” wins first prize in the category short film at the “LA Film Crash Film Festival”!!! 

WORLD PREMIERE of “A Universal Love Story” at the “Sydney Indie Film Festival” in September!!!

“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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Find out more about the film:

 

“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.


Check out the film’s website:

http://universallovestory.com/

And follow “A Universal Love Story” on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/universallovestory/

WORLD PREMIERE of “A Universal Love Story” at the “Sydney Indie Film Festival” in September!!!

New Film Festival in Berlin: the “Female Filmmakers Festival Berlin” (FFFB)

The Female Filmmakers Festival Berlin is a new annual five 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.

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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”:

https://www.moviemento.de/https://www.moviemento.de/

The festival will take place for the first time from June 13-17, 2019 in Berlin.

Don’t forget to check out our brand new website:

https://femalefilmmakersberlin.com/

 

If you have a film, make sure you submit it:

https://filmfreeway.com/festival/FemaleFilmmakersFilmFestivalBerlin

 

And follow us on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/Female-Filmmakers-Film-Festival-Berlin-468820666802725/

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New Film Festival in Berlin: the “Female Filmmakers Festival Berlin” (FFFB)