We are happy to be part of the of the new Free the Work community. Bolstered by the support and success for Free the Bid, Free the Work expands the mission as a talent discovery platform in hopes of fighting discrimination within industry hiring practices.
FORGET ME NOT IS PLAYING TODAY AT THE SCOTTISH MENTAL HEALTH FESTIVAL
We are happy to be part of the Scottish Mental Health Festival (SMHAF) this year with our short film Forget Me Not. It's one of Scotland's most diverse cultural events, covering everything from music, film and visual art to theatre, dance, and literature with a focus on Mental Health.
Moon Girls will play in the selection MADE IN ST.GALLEN, which shows four short film productions of filmmakers who have their roots in the canton of St. Gallen in the east of Switzerland. The selection is a panorama of local filmmakers, who have made documentary, short and animation films over the last years.
Translation: "Florine and I have long been fascinated by the 1960s," says Kim Nüesch. Especially the fashion, the design and the architecture of that time period is what they adore. "It was important to us for "Moon Girls" to make everything look as authentic as possible, even if our budget was limited."
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The two sisters Florine and Kim Nüesch who grew up in St.Gallen moved to LA to study film. They enchant us with their film "Moon Girls" - a stylish romance in the US suburbia. Inspired by the moon landing in 1969, two sisters pursue the goal of shooting their own sci-fi film and while falling in love with their neighbor boys.
University comparison Kim Nüesch from St. Gallen, Switzerland is studying in the city where blockbusters are made and stars live in luxury villas: Los Angeles. Here the 21-year-old is working hard on her career as a filmmaker.