So happy my friend Elzo Durt made the poster!
I'm headed to Contis (Southern France) this month, alongside three other filmmakers – lucky to be selected to take part in a special Writers Residency program by the sea. I'll be focusing on the screenplay for my feature project HOW THE EAST WAS WON – more soon!
A Dog In My Cell, co-directed with Jason B. Kohl, is among the projects supported by the French Writers Guild Development Fund this year.
Un Chien dans ma Cellule fait partie des projets soutenus par la Bourse Brouillon d'un Rêve Audiovisuel 2016.
A Dog In My Cell is now supported by the San Francisco Film Society Project Development & Sponsorship Program.
This January I worked on the behind the scenes of a top secret shoot... more soon!
This July, I started working on A Dog In My Cell, a feature-length documentary project, together with my co-directing partner Jason B. Kohl.
A Dog In My Cell tells the story of a trio of convicted murderers, who struggle to transform an unruly puppy into a disciplined seeing-eye dog over the course of a year. In the process, they chart a path to an uncertain redemption...
I'm spending the month of September at Soaring Gardens. This remote artists' residency notably consists of a Church reconverted into artists studios, tucked between working farms. While here, I'm busy editing two new documentary projects – and playing badminton with the goats.
Future Shorts curates True Wheel for PEN Outwrite platform.Read More
I'm honored to be funded by two different French boards the CNC (French Film Institute) and the Region Aquitaine to write and conduct field research for my next transmedia project.
Sélectionnée ce printemps par le CNC et par la Région Aquitaine, en Aide à l'Écriture pour mon nouveau projet transmédia.
Let the fun begin!
As part of the BFI Flare Festival, my short "True Wheel" got picked for the #FiveFilms4Freedom initiative.
Together with four other films, "True Wheel" was made available online by the British Film Institute, for free, for people all around the world to see through the BFI Player. The British Council promoted the films to millions of people through its global network including in countries where these images are difficult or almost impossible to access.
Thanks to this amazing initiative, "True Wheel" got mentioned in The Guardian (online and on paper!)
Watch my interview here.
Le film "1 Hectare à Détroit" sera projeté dans le cadre de la section "Turbulences" au Festival Films de Femmes de Créteil. Nora participera également à une série de tables de rondes dans le cadre du festival.Read More
"Réseau 48217" fait partie des 24 films retenus par la commission de sélection des films du RADi.Read More
Normalement, je ne parle que de web fictions sur ce blog. Mais je veux vous recommander la série de documentaires de Nora Mandray, DIY Manifesto.Read More
Last November, I was lucky to be interviewed by the lovely Tom Brook on the "BBC Talking Movies" show. We chatted about my upcoming feature project: my interview starts at 10mn47.
Un hectare à Détroit, coup de cœur de l'Agence du Court Métrage, a fait partie de la 15e édition du Mois du Film Documentaire.Read More
I'll talk about the "DIY Manifesto" project at one of Toulouse's best festivals: "La Novela," a multi-disciplinary event involving local organizations.Read More
Berlin-based French director Nora Mandray premiered her short film 3 Acres in Detroit at the Berlinale International Film Festival earlier this year.Read More
Nora Mandray is a French journalist and filmmaker who found her way to Detroit, a historically French city that sings to artists.Read More