Submissions for 2020 Now Open
Submission call for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 now open!
Alice has cancer. She has already lost one breast. And now her hair starts to fall out. What else will the disease take away from her? Moritz, her boyfriend, is as overwhelmed by the situation as she is. The fear of losing each other makes them almost forget the one thing they can still hang on to: their love ... for each other and for themselves.
Born in Luxembourg to a German mother and a French-Scottish father, Eileen Byrne started co-writing and directing her first plays and musicals as a teenager. After her baccalaureate at the European School she started to work as a trainee on several film and theatre productions in Luxembourg. She went on to study Performing Arts at the University of Winchester (GB) and theatre, music and history of art at Munich University (GER), while continuing to work as a script supervisor, 3rd assistant director and production assistant on a regular basis.
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