Lorelei is a passionate and ambitious writer-director from the South Coast of England. They have lead and collaborated on various short films and creative projects for university, personal and freelance work. In addition Lorelei runs a blog focussed on film and feminism, independently makes autobiographical short films and enjoys film theory and history. In July 2017 Lorelei graduated with a First Class Honours Bachelor's Degree in Film from one of the UK's top creative universities, Southampton Solent.
In August 2016, Lorelei's film, Impulses, was screened in London by the Rooftop Film Club, an international cinema group. Lorelei's following film, Grey, will have its first public screening at Southampton International Film Festival in October 2017, where is has been nominated for Best Student Film as part of the Official Competition.
On this website you can find Lorelei's showreel, a variety of the short films they have worked on and a number of synopses and loglines for a selection of their screenplays - both feature length and shorts. (Please feel free to ask for a sample of writing)
Lorelei’s interest in film began when they were a young child, growing up with many classic Hollywood films, as well as having a keen interest in foreign cinema. While Lorelei's own writing reflects character-driven sci-fi and drama genres, their tastes in film span across worldwide film movements and identities. Lorelei has been studying media since GCSE level, before focussing more closely on film and specifically screenwriting and film theory at A-Level. Lorelei's degree in Film (BA Hons) allowed them not only to develop more practical filmmaking skills and experience, but also to expand upon knowledge of cinema's theories and critiques. While at present Lorelei is pursuing independent and freelance filmmaking as a writer and director, they hope to return to the world of film academia one day for a Master's Course.