SLUM film festival Nairobi

Lavender’s Blue selected for SLUM film festival in Nairobi

The dystopian short Lavender’s Blue has been selected for this year’s SLUM film festival (the ninth edition), which is being held in Nairobi, Kenya.

The short film, directed by Saranne Bensusan, was co-written by Rachael Howard and stars Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter read more

Stine Olsen playing the lead in Saranne Bensusan's film

Lavender’s Blue released publically after a year on festival circuit

Lavender’s Blue

After a year on the festival circuit, Lavender’s Blue, the Anthropocene Chronicles prequel, has been released to the public. So far on its festival run it has been selected for BAFTA qualifying festivals along with speciality festivals and been nominated for awards, we are still hoping for a lot more from this film.

 

 

Lavender's Blue selected for Pune

Lavender’s Blue selected for Pune short Film Festival in June

Saranne Bensusan‘s sci-fi short Lavender’s Blue, has been selected for the Pune Short Film Festival which take place in India in June.

The film written by Saranne and fellow Anthropocene Chronicles writer Rachael Howard, stars Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter read more

Maverick Movie Awards Special Achievement Nmoinee

Lavender’s Blue earns nomination at Maverick Movie Awards

The Maverick Movie Awards for 2018 were finally announced today and Lavender’s Blue picked up a nomination in the Special achievement category, citing “Story told with single camera shot”
to see a rundown of all the nominees and winners from the 2018 Maverick Movie Awards click here read more

Saranne Bensusan short film selection

Lavender’s Blue makes First Selection at Moving Pictures Festival

Lavender’s Blue, directed by Saranne Bensusan has made the First selection at the Moving Pictures Festival, which takes place in Kalmthout,  Belgium, later this month.

Th film was co-written by Rachel Howard and stars Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter. read more

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