Kiwi director Sasha Rainbow signs with Curious

SASHA.jpgSasha Rainbow, winner of Voice of a Woman 2018, is joining Curious Films' already solid roster.

Managing director and executive producer Kate Roydhouse says when she saw her work at Cannes she knew she had to sign her immediately.

Says Roydhouse: "She's bold, strong, and alluring - her work really hits you. She's creating some amazing stuff on the global scene, a true talent and we're thrilled to bring her into the fold."
Life's what you make it screened at VOWSS at Cannes Lion, a showcase dedicated to the best films and advertising created by women.

Rainbow is a Kiwi filmmaker whose passion for the craft and social causes has taken her to places such as Africa, Romania and throughout Asia.

Her work is vivid and bold. Its soulful nature will imprint in your mind long after the fact. Rainbow nails authentic storytelling, captivating her audiences with a finesse for both the visual and the emotive.

Says Rainbow: "Since I first started directing it has been a dream to be repped in Australia and New Zealand, and I can't think of a cooler place than Curious."

Highly sought after globally, Rainbow is represented by Academy in the United Kingdom, Reset in the United States and Boogie Nights in France.

Read more about Rainbow's many accolades here. View her recent filmography.

For more details, contact Kate Roydhouse

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