Award Nomination for Best Cinematography at The Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017
In German-occupied Poland, as the Gestapo close in on a Polish resistance officer in hiding, his young pregnant wife is faced with the difficult choice between protecting her husband or their unborn child.
The story of Lula is based on the real experiences of Regina 'Lula' Jakubowska on this particular day in 1944. The film is an exploration of what faced women in that era when they were left to survive on their own and in Lula's case, while 6 months pregnant. The film also examines the fine line between good and evil and shows that war is not always so black and white, no matter what side you fight for.
Director: Aoife O'Kelly
WINNER - Best Student Short Film 2017 - Imperial War Museum London Film Festival
WINNER - Best Creative Response 2017 - Imperial War Museum London Film Festival
WINNER - Best Student Short Film - Bolton International Film Festival 2017
WINNER - Best Student Short Film 2017 - Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017
WINNER - Best Actor in a Female role - Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017
Nominated - Best Actor in a Male role - Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017
Nominated - Best Cinematography - Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017
Nominated - Best Screenwriting -Underwire Film Festival, London 2017
Nominated - Best Production Design - Underwire Film Festival, London 2017 
Nominated - Best Student Film - London Short Film Festival 2017
Nominated -Best Drama - Screentest: UK's National Student Film Festival 2017
Nominated - Best Script -Screentest: UK's National Student Film Festival 2017
Nominated -  Best Performance -Screentest: UK's National Student Film Festival 2017
Nominated - Best Sound Design -Screentest: UK's National Student Film Festival 2017
Official Selection - Newport Beach Film Festival, California 2017
Official Selection Galway Film Fleadh 2017
Official Selection East End Film Festival 2017

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