Louise Brix Andersen's book about Remote Filmmaking is available now
In REMOTE FILMMAKING the author takes you through the entire filmmaking process focusing on short films or smaller independent productions with specific attention to how it can be done remotely. As such, it can be read as a general filmmaking guide for people who are in the early stages of their filmmaking career. Or, by filmmakers who seek specific ideas, suggestions, examples and inspiration related to remote filmmaking processes. The book will give you solid tips and tools, and suggest useful programs and websites.
It includes a foreword by seasoned Hollywood writer/producer/director Kevin Lee Miller, an introduction by Hollywood editor and mentor Tina Imahara, mini-interviews with various industry professionals from around the world, that will give you an extra broad perspective, and a full chapter on shooting remotely via streaming with French director Pablo Camp.
LOUISE BRIX ANDERSEN
Louise is an award-winning multilingual film director and writer/storyteller with a flair for deep and complex stories. She is born in Denmark where she spent the first 22 years of her life. In 2005 she moved to sunny Barcelona, Spain. Louise started her film studies at the European Film College in Denmark, where she received a scholarship from Nordisk Film for being Most Promising Student. After her studies she worked as an assistant editor on feature films and television programs, and she wrote/directed her first independent short film, An Odd Couple. Louise continued her film studies at the NYU - School of Professional Studies, where she also directed and worked on several short films. In Barcelona she made a post degree in film directing at the Fundación CPA Salduie. Since then, Louise has written, directed and edited numerous short films, spots, commercials, music videos and documentaries.
Louise is an active member of various organizations and groups, both local and international, promoting women in the film industry. She is also a co-founder of the group THE LEADING LADIES, where she hosts monthly gatherings with such inspiring guests as Starr Parodi, president of the Alliance for Women Film Composers, Sundance award-winning writer/director Diane Bell, and Emmy nominated film composer Miriam Cutler. September 2021 she launched her own channel: CHANGING THE NARRATIVE, a series of video conversations showcasing inspiring women around the world who have overcome great obstacles in their life and/or who are fighting for a change of the narrative.
The most recent short film, written and directed by Louise, THE PILL, was made during the pandemic with the collaboration of 9 different countries, produced by Hollywood production company EXIT 44 Entertainment and Spanish production company Limmat Films.
This year, Louise also directed the music video SOMETHING WICKED for actress Nikol Kollar, known for HBO series West World and Apple TV’s Foundation, under her alter ego Tesla Nix.