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.

“Moonlit Night” goes Hollywood!

The short film “Moonlit Night” directed and produced by Eva Merz won Best Student Short Film at the California International Shorts Festival in Santa Monica! The crew is overjoyed about thier first award and proud that the film is shown in Hollywood! Thumbs up for a wonderful crew and the piece of art that resulted from their collaboration.