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Laila France

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Electronica ingenue Laila France was initially hired by avant-popster Momus after she answered a newspapers ad requesting a singer similar to Italian soft-porn movies. With the creation experience of Momus, she released her 1997 debut recording Orgonon for Bungalow Information and offered vocals for the self-titled recording by japan pop group Fantastic Plastic material Machine.

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Full Name Laila France
Music Songs Orgonon, Trance Cocktail Airlines, The Pink Song, Trashy Like TV, The Sensations of Orgasm, Japanese Especially, Synthesiser Wizard, Wonderhood, First Love Blood, Bilitis, Lailove Hip Hp Song, Gourmande Nappee, David Hamilton, Homme En Peluche, Superstar, Candy Commercial, Vespa Girl
Albums Lailove, Orgonon


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Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ausma 2015
Hei, Rasma! 2015 Documentary short
A Dream of Snow 2014 Short
Isfilma par dzivi 2014 Short
Skurstenis 2013 Documentary
Picas 2012
Sniegs 2012 Documentary short
Pa Rubika Celu 2010 Documentary short
Klusums 2009 Short
Akmeni 2008 Short
Par dzimteniti 2008 Documentary
Uguns 2007 Short
Kilnieks 2006
Udens 2006 Short
Teodors 2006 Documentary short
Leiputrija 2004 Documentary short
Buss 2004 Documentary
Visions of Europe 2004 segment "It'll Be Fine"
Pitons 2003
Martins 2002 Documentary short
Papa Gena 2002 Short
Mostieties! 2001 Documentary short
Tusya 2000
Kurpe 1998
Ozols 1997 Documentary short
Pramis 1996 Documentary short
Pasts 1996 Documentary short
Baznica 1993 Documentary short
Anna Ziemassvetki 1992 Documentary short
Doms 1991 Documentary short
Vela 1991 Documentary short

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ausma 2015
Hei, Rasma! 2015 Documentary short
Skurstenis 2013 Documentary writer
Picas 2012 writer
Sniegs 2012 Documentary short
Pa Rubika Celu 2010 Documentary short
Klusums 2009 Short
Akmeni 2008 Short
Uguns 2007 Short
Kilnieks 2006
Udens 2006 Short
Teodors 2006 Documentary short
Leiputrija 2004 Documentary short
Buss 2004 Documentary
Visions of Europe 2004 script - segment "Latvia: It'll Be Fine"
Pitons 2003 writer
Martins 2002 Documentary short
Papa Gena 2002 Short
Mostieties! 2001 Documentary short
Kurpe 1998 writer
Ozols 1997 Documentary short
Pramis 1996 Documentary short
Pasts 1996 Documentary short
Baznica 1993 Documentary short writer
Anna Ziemassvetki 1992 Documentary short
Vela 1991 Documentary short

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ausma 2015 producer
Skurstenis 2013 Documentary producer
Picas 2012 producer
Pa Rubika Celu 2010 Documentary short producer
Klusums 2009 Short producer
Leteca brata Rusjan 2009 TV Movie documentary co-producer
Uguns 2007 Short producer
Kilnieks 2006 producer
Udens 2006 Short producer
Buss 2004 Documentary co-producer
Visions of Europe 2004 producer - segment "It'll Be Fine"
Pitons 2003 producer
Martins 2002 Documentary short producer
Papa Gena 2002 Short producer
Ozols 1997 Documentary short producer

Editor

Editor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Par dzimteniti 2008 Documentary
Buss 2004 Documentary

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Festival Road Trip 2009 TV Series documentary Director, 'Silence'

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Best Director Award Kinoshok - Open CIS and Baltic Film Festival Ausma (2015)
2012 CinemaXXI Special Jury Prize Rome Film Fest Picas (2012)
2010 International Competition Doclisboa International Film Festival Best Short Documentary Pa Rubika Celu (2010)
2008 Tridens Baltic Film Award Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival Best Film Par dzimteniti (2008) · Maris Maskalans
2007 Best Documentary - Special Mention Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Under 30 Minutes Teodors (2006)
2007 Latvian Film Prize Latvian National Film Festival Best Short Film Udens (2006)
2007 Latvian Film Prize Latvian National Film Festival Best Director - Documentary Teodors (2006)
2007 Latvian Film Prize Latvian National Film Festival Best Short Documentary Teodors (2006)
2004 Krzysztof Kieslowski Award Denver International Film Festival Pitons (2003)
2003 Latvian Film Prize Latvian National Film Festival Best Film Pitons (2003)
2002 Award of the Theatre Owners Oberhausen International Short Film Festival Papa Gena (2002)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Best Central and Eastern European Documentary Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival Skurstenis (2013)
2014 Best European Documentary Short Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival Isfilma par dzivi (2014)
2014 Grand Prize Oberhausen International Short Film Festival Isfilma par dzivi (2014)
2014 Sleepwalkers Jury Prize Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival Baltic Sea Isfilma par dzivi (2014)
2013 Prize for Best Short Film International Documentary Film Festival of Navarra Punto de Vista Sniegs (2012)
2012 CinemaXXI Award Rome Film Fest Picas (2012)
2011 Prize for Best Short Film International Documentary Film Festival of Navarra Punto de Vista Pa Rubika Celu (2010)
2010 Best Central and Eastern European Documentary Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival Pa Rubika Celu (2010)
2009 Palme d'Or - Best Short Film Cannes Film Festival Klusums (2009)
2009 Best Short Warsaw International Film Festival Klusums (2009)
2008 European Film Award European Film Awards European Short Film Uguns (2007)
2008 Golden Leopard - Filmmakers of the Present Locarno International Film Festival Par dzimteniti (2008) · Maris Maskalans
2007 Latvian Film Prize Latvian National Film Festival Best Director Kilnieks (2006)
2007 Latvian Film Prize Latvian National Film Festival Best Screenplay Kilnieks (2006)
2006 Golden Berlin Bear Berlin International Film Festival Best Short Film Udens (2006)
2006 Golden Leopard - Filmmakers of the Present Locarno International Film Festival Kilnieks (2006)
2006 Central and Eastern Europe Award Warsaw International Film Festival Kilnieks (2006)
2005 European Film Award European Film Awards European Documentary Leiputrija (2004)


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