Nora Friedel - 27'41"



Teenage girl Jana wants to be photographed as a femme fatale, in the hopes of seducing Tom – a man many years her senior. Her friend, Andy, agrees to help her out with his analog camera. Surrounded by the constricting solitude of life in the countryside, they arrange to meet in a room at the local inn. While Jana struggles with being fatale, Andy finds himself longing to be closer to her. Slowly, Jana begins to sense that what she’s been looking for all along might very well be nearer than she thought.


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Nora Friedel

Nora Friedel lives and works as an artist and filmmaker in Vienna, Austria. After an education as a photographer, she graduated in 2010 with a degree for Transmedia Art at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. From the beginning she lays the focus of her artistic projects on film, photo and performative works and participates in numerous exhibitions and screenings. Since 2007 she works on movies in the areas of development, script, casting, production and distribution. In 2016 she realizes her first narrative short fiction film Mimikri, which wins the Thomas Pluch Script Award for short 
and medium length movies 2017 at the Diagonale, Festival of Austrian film.