After losing part of her memory, Maret travels to Lanzarote to participate in a new clinical trial, where she will discover that maybe she does not want to remember the person she once was.
Born in Luxembourg, Laura Schroeder graduated with a Masters in Film Studies at the University of Paris 1 – Sorbonne and a Postgraduate Diploma in Directing at the National Film and Television School, London. After her studies, she writes and directs two short films Senteurs (2008) and Double Saut (2011), both screened in many festivals worldwide. In 2012, she directs The Treasure Knights, a family drama for children. After directing
two episodes of the sitcom Comeback and a documentary for the series routwaïssgro for Luxembourgish TV, Laura Schroeder stages the contemporary German play Das Ding aus dem Meer by Rebekka Kricheldorf at Théâtre de la Ville in Luxembourg in
January 2016. In 2017, Laura Schroeder’s first personal feature Barrage, co-written with Marie Nimier and starring Isabelle Huppert and Lolita Chammah, has its world premiere at the Forum section of the Berlinale. After travelling festivals worldwide and being released in many countries, the film gets chosen to represent Luxembourg at the Oscars 2018
for Best Foreign Film. Her latest project, “Maret”, was selected for the Berlinale Co- Production Market 2020 and started shooting in Lanzarote on March 1 st , 2021.
Laura Schroeder, Judith Angerbauer
Red Lion, Red Balloon, Fasten Films
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