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Nicole Goesseringer Muj

Nicole Goesseringer Muj is the founder of KULTURA PR (, a boutique public relations agency that specializes in international entertainment and cultural clients, including Comcast International Media Group (E! Entertainment, The Style Network, G4, Versus), Metan Development Group, Eurocinema On Demand, Seductively French, RockTheWeb!, Berlin Tourism Marketing, The Stas Namin Centre/Russian Nights Festival, Maverick Entertainment Group, Romance in A Can Film Festival, film “No Bad Days,” The Los Angeles St. Petersburg Sister City Committee, Face Forward, author Janine Shepherd, film “The Red Robin,” Lera de Marina Fine Jewelry, Le Savonnier Marseillais, Steve Barakatt and Vincent Pastore (“Sopranos”). 
Previously, Nicole served as Associate Director, Worldwide Publicity, E! Networks for over four years, where she oversaw media relations for E!'s rapidly expanding international division, including the E! International Network and E!'s program sales division. She also was responsible for domestic trade and consumer publicity for E!, The Style Network and E! Online.   

Additionally, she worked in new media/entertainment convergence public relations at mPRm Public Relations and was responsible for several high profile accounts, including Sony Pictures. Nicole also worked at Steeplechase Media/Comspan Communications as Director of Marketing where she oversaw marketing communications for Comspan Communications, Steeplechase Media, and Comspan Russia, the first company to bring Western entertainment and sporting acts to Moscow and St. Petersburg.

She holds a Master of Arts in Communications from California State University, Fullerton, and a Bachelor of Arts in Slavic Studies from the University of Ottawa in Canada.  She also is a published journalist and frequent contributor to Azure Azure, Indie Entertainment Magazine, Destination Luxury, GOTHAMOLOGY,  Las Vegas Informer, Jetset Magazine and Quoi de Neuf?


Young Belgian Filmmaker Ivana Noa’s “Fictional Characters” To Have Its World Premiere At CineYouth Festival 2018



Fifteen-year-old Belgian filmmaker/actress Ivana Noa will present her new short horror film “Fictional Character” as an official selection of the CineYouth Festival. The festival showcases short films by directors ages 6-22 from around the world. CineYouth is held in Chicago from April 20-22, 2018 and is part of the Chicago International Film Festival.


An established named in the youth film world, the award-winning Noa is best known for her film “Feeling to Dive and Other Stories,” as well as playing the role of the young Juliet in Toneelhuis' stage play ‘Romeo and Juliet.”  In 2015, she made her second short “Unofficial: Judo.”  She also completed two documentaries “Actress” and “Interview with a Director,” in which Noa explores different expressive elements - original poetry and conceptual art together with direct interview techniques and insert close-ups. “Interview with a Director” premiered at the Short Film Corner at Cannes Film Festival, making Noa the youngest filmmaker to ever to have screened at the festival. “Fictional Characters” marks her seventh short film.


In the film, Hans is just starting to discover the world. Gretel is a teen, feeling infuriated to everything. The mother is as she always has been. The father is too weak to change. Everybody is in love with the witch, searching for their “virtual I” and trigger for transformation. Almost as a documentary of how they felt then, or how would they feel today. Modern society might be few centuries later and few social platforms ahead. Though, did people really change? Who is the bad guy in the story? Isn’t the witch actually the one that makes them different and provokes them to take the next step in their understanding of the “self”? And being free? How does the trivia of the bad provoke the gradual development of every family across the globe? Can a family be gender fluid? What is a gender? Is it important?


The film also features Veerle Eyckermans, one of Belgian’s most renowned actresses in the role of the mother, as well as actors Dirk De Lathauwer, Ellen Sterckx, and Willem Herbots. Heleen Declerq serves as director of photography and Olympe Tits, who plays the Witch in the film, is the film’s choreographer. The film’s original soundtrack is by PJ Seaux.


Noa comments, “This is a young and dynamic team, built of strong, creative personalities with a sense for art since early age. There is no legacy they carry as none are coming from families with art history. All are pure born talent, unmodified and unsteered by stereotypes.” 


“Fictional Characters” will have its world premiere on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 1:30 PM as part of CineYouth’s World View.


About Nicole Goesseringer Muj

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