• 2012
  • Germany
  • 11 mins
  • English

Short Film Competition

Natalie Plaskura
Natalie Plaskura
Blake Lumen

The short film INTRUSION does not tell a classical story. The main focus lies on the visual design, which has the intention to convey a mood. The motives and the associative dramatic composition remind of dream sequences, nightmares or hallucinations in which the uncanny and the curious are staged. Unrealistic, seemingly disparate, yet interrelated scenes that poke, like an intrusive recurring traumatic experience, into the mind of the powerless spectator.

Natalie Plaskura was born 1984 in Herford Germany, to Polish parents, and completed her studies of photography, expanding her studies in cinematography, at FH Dortmund – University of Applied Sciences and Arts / Deparment of Design, Dortmund, Germany. Her diploma film was screened on several film festivals. Currently she is working towards her Masters degree in Filmstudies.

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