The short film Lavender’s Blue, written by Saranne Bensusan and Rachael Howard has received a nomination as a semi-finalist in the “BEST INTERNATIONAL SCI-FI/FANTASY/SUPERNATURAL” at the Alternative Film Festival in Toronto. The winners will be asnnounced on September 17th.
The Short Propaganda film Lavender’s Blue got it’s world Premiere on Tuesday night (the eleventh) when it played at the BAFTA qualifying Portobello Road International Film Festival.
The short film Lavender’s Blue, starring Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter has been selected for the BAFTA qualifying Portabello Road Film Festival in September. The screenplay was written, in Danish, by (director) Saranne Bensusan and inspired by the nursery rhyme written by Rachael Howard for the short story “Memories” (the nursery rhyme features in the film)
Saranne Bensusan’s short film Lavender’s Blue has been selected for the one take film festival in Zagreb, Croatia which takes place 19-21 October.Source: Lavenders Blue gets first festival selection in Zagreb
Like the other Short films that we have available, Subtitles for Lavenders Blue are now available for festivals to download from our website, they can also be downloaded from Vimeo if you saw the film there, though our SRT file collection has a larger range in it than you’ll find on Vimeo.
A Vertically formatted, mobile friendly version, of Lavenders Blue has been released online for you to view. This is director Saranne Bensusan‘s first vertical film and can be watched here
find out what happens to Emilie in The Anthropocene Chronicles, available now on Amazon
On January the First, 2018, just three days prior to the shooting of Lavenders Blue the first promotional video cut together from material for the film was released via Vimeo and YouTube. Source: There are now Promotional Videos appearing online for The Anthropocene Chronicles
Danish Dancer and Choreographer Natalie Sloth Richter is to provide the voice for Gina, Emilie’s A.I Unit, in the upcoming short Lavender’s Blue which is set prior to Anthropocene Chronicles Part I See some of Natalie’s previous work here