The Overcome Film Festival

THE MUSE is going to L.A!! Thanks to The Overcome Film Festival for selecting our short to be a part of their festival! The event will be held online between 23rd – 29th October and the winners will be announced in their specific categories HERE

The Paris Art and Movie Awards

We’re very pleased to announce that THE MUSE has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Score’ category in The Paris Art and Movie Awards 2020! Out of a total of 1,261 submissions, 152 films were picked to compete in the festival. Congratulations to everyone that worked so hard to make the short happen, but a special mention to Matthias Fuchez, whom, as well as writing and directing the film, also composed a very beautiful score including the original song ”Never Let You Go” performed by our wonderful lead actress, Charlotte Boitard.

Unfortunately due to the current circumstances, the festival will be held online in September 2020 but this won’t stop us tuning in and checking out all the other shorts in competition. The dates are TBC but keep an eye out for an announcement soon! You can check out the festival and all the other nominees: HERE

The Lift Off Festival

THE MUSE has been selected as a Finalist at The Lift Off Sessions 2020!!!

Our film competed against 107 short films from all around the world of varying genres and lengths and made it to the final round! The finalists were selected from an online showcase by a public vote. The winning film is then chosen by The Lift-Off judges. The showcase is dedicated to bringing new audiences to the indie film market, ending with an annual live screening of the winning films from their home at Pinewood Studios in the UK.

Well done to all our cast and crew!!!

The Monkey Bread Tree Awards

We are very pleased to announce that THE MUSE has been selected for an online festival!! Not only has it been nominated for The Jury Prize but Roan Lenihan has WON Best B&W Cinematography!! Congratulations!!

The Monkey Bread Tree jury say:

Best B&W Cinematography

Winner: Roan Lenihan’s cinematography of The Muse – “Careful with its use of black and white and crystal clear. It’s a great image to watch.”

The Jury Prize

Nominee: The Muse by Matthias Fuchez – “Jean Luc Godard’s Paris pictures (Breathless, All The Boys Are Called Patrick) can still be felt… and Fuchez’s take on it is grand, poetic and romantic!”

You can see the full list of winners and nominees: HERE

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