“Festival of Nations” Impressionen

Hier meine Impressionen zur Woche beim “Festival of Nations” in Österreich bei dem ich meinen Film “Paris you got me” vorstellte und den Festivalpreis “LENZ” bekam.
Das im Video angegebene Makingof findet ihr hier 



Impressionen zum Attersee selbst:

Festivalwoche mit 109 “Official Selections” aus der ganzen Welt:

Der LENZ Festival Preis

Meine Eltern waren auch dabei 😉 Hier mein Papa Wilhelm Böhm beim Mittagessen





Des Filmfestival im Netz
Website “Festival of Nations”
Facebook “Festival of Nations”

mehr zu “PARIS YOU GOT ME”

Bokeh South Africa Fashion Film Festival presenting my spec spot “BLACK WIDOW”

Ich fand einige Fotos von meiner Reise nach Südafrika mit der Tänzerin Alina Ruppel im Jahr 2016, die meinen 2. Jahrgang Film in der Filmakademie BLACK WIDOW präsentierte – gute Erinnerungen.
Sie hatte auch eine Show bei der Preisverleihung des Festivals während der Vorführung des Films.

I found some photos of my trip to South Africa with dancer Alina Ruppel in 2016 presenting my 2nd year film at the filmakademie BLACK WIDOW – good memories.
She also had a show at the before the award ceremony of the festival while showing the film.

This was the evening

and here you can watch the full film online

BLACK WIDOW from Julie Boehm on Vimeo.

after the gala we also had a free day to discover Capetown’s magic

BOKEH FFF – Website 

Best Visual Effects, Best Production Design, Best Fiction Short Film at “the Roots of Europe International Film Festival 2018” for “Paris you got me”

ROOTSOF EUROPEGreat news of last week:

Winners of the Roots of Europe International Film Festival 2018

Last week we celebrated with great joy the second edition of the Roots of Europe International Film Festival, which theme was “Art and Heritage”. From Wednesday 7 to Friday 9 November we had the opportunity to enjoy film works from all over the world, including short films and documentaries that surprised us with their ingenuity, quality and message.


The first two days were screened fiction and documentary short films of the official program that competed in the contest. At the third and final day the awards ceremony took place, where each of the award-winning categories was explained in addition to showing a piece of the films, and then the documentary “All the butchers come from Celie” was presented out of the competition, by Matías Zemljic, also director of the festival. The experimental short film “Vinci Project”, by Alain Escalle and “Conversaciones con Antonio López. El Cine” documentary also directed by Zemljic.

At the end of the night, part of the documentary of a pilgrimage from Alava to the Holy Land in 1924 was presented. It is a very valuable film document since it is perhaps one of the first documentary examples of cinema. The restoration process goes on and we hope next year to be able to see the complete work. The work was presented with an accompaniment to the piano by Miguel Etayo, an advanced degree in music composition and piano, who then delighted us with a concert of pieces of famous film soundtracks.

The hosts at the award ceremony were José Alipio Morejón, director of Roots of Europe, María Luz Mangado, PhD in Egyptology, who carried out the restoration of the documentary of the pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Miguel Ángel Salazar, Film expert, and Matías Zemljic, Slovenian film director and our festival director. These last two also members of the jury of the festival with Santiago de Pablo, member of the Spanish Association of Cinematography, who could not be present at the gala for other commitments he had to carry on.

The winners of the second edition of the Roots of Europe International Film Festival 2018 are:

Best Visual Effects: “PARIS, YOU GOT ME”.

Best Cinematography: “FRANCZISKA”.

Best Production Design: “PARIS, YOU GOT ME”.

Best Editing: “THE RUNNING MAN”.

Best Screenplay: “SCULPTED IN MEMORY”. Original script by Rubén Seca.

Award for Technical Innovation in Audiovisual Arts: “PASSAGE”. Produced by Théoriz Studios.

Best Original Score: “THE VELVET ABSTRACT”. Original music by Jean-Pascal Beintus

Award for Artistic Contribution: “WAVES”. Directed by Vojtech Domlátil.

Award for the Defense of Cultural Heritage: “GOLD WORTH”, directed by Abbas Khosrojerdi.

Best Actor: Dalibor Herda for “HOW TO BE AN ARTIST”.

Best Actress: Marie-Chantal Desrosieres for “FRANCZISKA”.


Best Animation Short Film: “NAWABY BALUCHARI”, directed by Trisha Banerjee.

Best Documentary Short Film: “EN CUARTO OBSCURO”. Directed by Luigi Abanto Varese.

Best Fiction Short Film: “PARIS, YOU GOT ME”, directed by Julie Boehm.

Roots of Europe Special Prize: “LOS INSÉNICOS”, directed by Rafaela Uchoa.



52. Hofer Filmtage – Deutsche Premiere von “Paris you got me”

Ein besonderes Highlight der Vorstellungen meines Diplomfilmes “Paris you got me” waren die Hofer Filmtage 2018 – wir feierten dort unsere deutsche Premiere
Wir liefen im Eröffnungsprogramm dieses renommierten Filmfestivals. Mit vor Ort waren die Producer Aleksandra Todorovic und Ann- Katrin Boberg sowie die Regisseurin Julie Boehm

Ein paar Eindrücke über die großartige Eröffnung – nach unserem Film lief der Langspielfilm GLÜCK IST WAS FÜR WEICHEIER / HAPPINESS SUCKS
Anca Miruna Lăzărescu

We had the german premiere of “Paris you got me” at Internationale Hofer Filmtage –  and also the honor to be the opening short film. At the opening night director Julie Boehm, producer Ann Ka and Aleksandra Todorovic presented our film three times in different, sold out cinemas. Thank you for having us!

Kurzes Interview bei den Internationale Hofer Filmtage – Hof International Film Festival über den Aufwand von unserem Film Paris, you got me

Director: Julie Boehm 
Producers: Aleksandra Todorovic & Ann Katrin Boberg

Lifestream der Eröffnung

Das volle Programm

Hofer Filmtage im Web