Eva Saunders

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First film review for “Moonlit Night”

In their August/September issue, the magazine “Film&TV Kameramann” (“Film & TV DoP“), that adresses mostly film-making professionals, wrote a review for “Moonlit Night”. The team was very happy to receive the praise. They describe the film as follows:

„A journey to the past on two different levels that are intertwined: Natalie’s fictional story about her difficult childhood and the poetry of Joseph von Eichendorff that appears, personified, in the present to help her. A beautiful basic constellation that, within the short limits of ten minutes, alludes to everything you ought to know to follow the fable and is moreover appealing for a longer version.” Karl Heil in “Film & TV Kameramann” 9/2012

The whole article can be downloaded in the PDF format in German and translated in English.

For everyone who wants to see the film for the first or a second time, the next opportunity to do so is at the fith “Dießener Kurzfilm Festival” (“Dießen’s Short Film Festival”), in the same city where we shot the temple-scenes. More information about the festival schedule will be available in Oktober.

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