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Ohna Falby

Ohna Falby

United Kingdom



FrameWork Participant 2015
Decision Maker 2014


Ohna Falby set up Life to Live Films in 2011 to produce independent short and feature films. She has been producing commercials for over 20 years and has a great track record of producing award-winning short films (BAFTA, UIP, EIFF, Prix Canal+ ). Now more focused on feature projects, Ohna is always seeking out young talent to nurture and looking for ways to collaborate internationally.


company profile

Life To Live Films is a London based production company set up in 2011 to produce projects with filmmakers who have strong vision and unique voice.

Their first production was Crocodile, a BFI-funded short written by Robin French and directed by Gaëlle Denis and which premiered at Cannes Critic's Week where it won the Prix Canal+ for best short. Ohna Falby has since produced or co-produced works with Jane and Louise Wilson, Lucy Beech, Clara Van Gool and Rachel Maclean.

Her current feature projects include an original story by director Gaëlle Denis called La Fille De L’Estuaire. This project was accompanied through Le Groupe Ouest script writing lab initially, then TFL's Framework. It is financing with support from the BFI and Region Bretagne. The other feature projects are at different stages of development and include 'Baby Star', a dystopian first feature by Scottish artist Rachel Maclean, 'The Cockatoo Inn' a 'Girls-style' road movie by Kyla Simone Bruce and Serbian writer Gorana Jovanović and 'Somewhere Out There' a drama series with Rachel Tillotson.