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Nathalie Lichtenthaeler

Producteur/trice
France

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De nationalité française et allemande. Elle parle couramment 5 langues.
Elle a un Master en Economie obtenu dans une université allemande.

After graduating from university in Germany with a Masters Degree in Economics, Nathalie Lichtenthaeler ditched a promising career in international marketing in the fashion industry and signed on as a Production Assistant on a film set.
Nathalie’s rise through the production ranks was swift. Having worked on approx. 14 feature films and TV movies, Nathalie made her move into producing.
In 1995 she relocated to the US where she studied for a short time in New York before continuing her film studies in Los Angeles.
In 1999 Nathalie relocated to Ireland where she established Wide Eye Films Ltd.
2 years later Nathalie returned to LA to work at Paramount Pictures in their marketing and production departments.
In 2003 she produced David Gleeson’s debut feature, COWBOYS and ANGELS. Released in Ireland through Buena Vista Int., COWBOYS and ANGELS has been sold theatrically across the globe.
To date the film has won 8 international film awards, including Best Screenplay at the Newport Beach Film Festival and 2 Gold Medal awards at the Giffoni Film Festival in Italy.
In May 2005 Nathalie had the honour of representing the Irish film industry at the Cannes film festival as Ireland’s PRODUCER ON THE MOVE – a first for a non-national.
Nathalie pulled the finance together for THE FRONT LINE in record time. From the moment she went to the marketplace to the day the cameras first rolled took 7 months. This is all the more impressive considering the fact that there were four countries involved (Ireland, UK, Germany and Sweden) and that Nathalie was heavily pregnant for most of this time – She gave birth to her 3rd child in March ’05.
Nathalie has a slate of feature film projects in development, among them a high profile remake of the 1970’s Italian blockbusting tearjerker, THE LAST SNOWS OF SPRING, and a Summer « tentpole » movie with a knockout premise.
For Nathalie, COWBOYS and ANGELS and THE FRONT LINE are merely the beginning of what she anticipates will be a long and fruitful career in the industry she loves.

English

After graduating from university in Germany with a Masters Degree in Economics, Nathalie Lichtenthaeler ditched a promising career in international marketing in the fashion industry and signed on as a Production Assistant on a film set.
Nathalie’s rise through the production ranks was swift. Having worked on approx. 14 feature films and TV movies, Nathalie made her move into producing.
In 1995 she relocated to the US where she studied for a short time in New York before continuing her film studies in Los Angeles.
In 1999 Nathalie relocated to Ireland where she established Wide Eye Films Ltd.
2 years later Nathalie returned to LA to work at Paramount Pictures in their marketing and production departments.
In 2003 she produced David Gleeson’s debut feature, COWBOYS and ANGELS. Released in Ireland through Buena Vista Int., COWBOYS and ANGELS has been sold theatrically across the globe.
To date the film has won 8 international film awards, including Best Screenplay at the Newport Beach Film Festival and 2 Gold Medal awards at the Giffoni Film Festival in Italy.
In May 2005 Nathalie had the honour of representing the Irish film industry at the Cannes film festival as Ireland’s PRODUCER ON THE MOVE – a first for a non-national.
Nathalie pulled the finance together for THE FRONT LINE in record time. From the moment she went to the marketplace to the day the cameras first rolled took 7 months. This is all the more impressive considering the fact that there were four countries involved (Ireland, UK, Germany and Sweden) and that Nathalie was heavily pregnant for most of this time – She gave birth to her 3rd child in March ’05.
Nathalie has a slate of feature film projects in development, among them a high profile remake of the 1970’s Italian blockbusting tearjerker, THE LAST SNOWS OF SPRING, and a Summer « tentpole » movie with a knockout premise.
For Nathalie, COWBOYS and ANGELS and THE FRONT LINE are merely the beginning of what she anticipates will be a long and fruitful career in the industry she loves.
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