2020 Award Winners Announced!
Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 Award Winners Announced!
THEY is an intimate portrait of Hobbit and Jake, who have decided to raise their one-year-old child Anoush gender open. The family lives on a houseboat in the UK and in order to prevent people from making gender-related assumptions, they are keeping the biological sex of their baby a secret.
Louisa Rechenbach is a German filmmaker based in London. Having graduated from University of the Arts London in June 2019, she has chosen the documentary genre to be the centre of her creative practice. With a passion for storytelling as a force for social change, Louisa has been working in the film industry for six years. Various jobs in production companies and as a freelancer on film shoots have shaped her good understanding of the process of film production. Prior to her studies, Louisa has worked as a Production Assistant for six months and contributed as a Second Assistant Director to two German feature films. Most recently, Louisa has assisted on the short documentary ‘After Birth’ by Bronwen Parker-Rhodes for The New York Times.
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