Lola Randl

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Lola Randl
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Lola Randl (2008)
Born1980
OccupationFilm director and screenwriter
Years active2001-present

Lola Randl (born 1980 in Munich) is a German film director and screenwriter.

Life and work[edit]

In 2001 Lola Randl started to study film direction at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne. She graduated in 2006 with the short film Wohlfühlwochenende. After her studies in Cologne, she attended the Screenplay Workshop (Drehbuchwerkstatt München) at the Munich University of Film and Television and left in 2007 as a graduate.[1] In Between Days / Die Besucherin (2008) was Lola Randl's feature film debut and premiered at the 58th Berlin International Film Festival.[2]

Filmography (Selection)[edit]

  • 2004: Nachmittagsprogramm (short film) — film direction, screenplay
  • 2006: Feel-Good Weekend / Wohlfühlwochenende (short film) — film direction, screenplay
  • 2008: Die Leiden des Herrn Karpf – Der Besuch (short film) — film direction, camera, screenplay
  • 2008: In Between Days / Die Besucherin — film direction, screenplay
  • 2009: The Suffering of Mr. Karpf – The Birthday / Die Leiden des Herrn Karpf – Der Geburtstag (short film) — film direction, camera, screenplay
  • 2012: The Dragonfly and the Rhinoceros / Die Libelle und das Nashorn — film direction, screenplay
  • 2013: The Invention Of Love / Die Erfindung der Liebe - film direction, screenplay
  • 2014: Landschwärmer (TV series) - film direction, camera, screenplay

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Nachmittagsprogramm (2004):
    • 2004: Regensburg Short Film Week: Best German Short Film Award
  • The Suffering of Mr. Karpf – The Birthday (2009):
  • The Dragonfly and the Rhinoceros / Die Libelle und das Nashorn (2012):
  • The Invention of Love (2013):
    • 2013: Oldenburg International Film Festival: nomination for German Independence Award: Best German Film
    • 2013: Oldenburg International Film Festival: nomination for German Independence Award: Audience Award
    • 2013: Zurich Film Festival: nomination for the Golden Eye-award in the category Best German Language Feature Film
    • 2016: Nomination for the German TV award Grimme-Preis in the category Fiction/Special [5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Short-biography about Lola Randl on the German filmportal.de - website
  2. ^ In Between Days on the German filmportal.de - website
  3. ^ Roxborough, Scott (28 August 2012). "Mira Sorvino Named President of All Woman Jury at Oldenburg Film Festival". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 20 October 2012.
  4. ^ "Press release PR 21: OH BOY wins big at Oldenburg Film Festival". Oldenburg Film Festival. 17 September 2012. Retrieved 20 October 2012.
  5. ^ IMDb-list of awards and nominations received by Lola Randl

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