Set in post-apocalyptic America, Divine Children is the story of a young boy who dreams of becoming an international pop star.
Currently in post-production, Divine Childrenwill premiere in early 2018.
REY PILA- "NINJAS"
Rey Pila - Ninjas
The official video for "Ninjas" by Rey Pila, off their Wall Of Goth EP from Cult Records.
Premiered on May 11 on Tidal. Worldwide premiere is May 18.
Directed by- Nina Ljeti Edited by - Nina Ljeti Produced by- Kathleen Tenefrancia Director of Photography- Benjamin Rutkowski Gaffer- Hiram Borges Set Design- Kelly Thomas Set Dresser- Tyler Peters HMU- Kat Khaleel, Virginia Rand Coloring- Warren Fu, Benjamin Rutkowski Ninja Music- Nina Ljeti
Item #33- Joanna Janetakis Ninja- Kyle Thomas Shea Japanese Gang Lord- Warren Fu Gang Lord Voice- Dennis Ljeti Rey Pila- Themselves
Special Thanks- Siobhan Fahey, Nasa Hadizadeh, Warren Fu, David Bolen, Breakwater, Sam Stewart.
Based on James Franco's book, Palo Alto, Memoria tells the story of a young man named Ivan Cohen, who is growing up in the suburbs of Northern California. Memoria is a coming-of-age film that tracks Ivan's life from childhood to early adulthood, and raises questions about the memories we choose to keep, and the ones we try desperately to forget.
Memoria is written and directed by Nina Ljeti & Vladimir de Fontenay. It stars James Franco, Thomas Mann, Keith Stanfield, and Sam Dillon. Paul Bernon and Sam Slater produced the film alongside Nicolaas Bertelsen, Sev Ohanian, and Iris Torres.
Memoria had it's World Premiere at the Austin Film Festival in 2015. It was released domestically by Monterray Media in May 2016.
Music video for SOKO, for her record My Dreams Dictate My Reality.
Credits: Videographer Editor
Soko - "Lovetrap Feat. Ariel Pink" (Official Music Video)
Jeffrey is the first short film written and directed by Nina Ljeti. Jeffrey follows a night in the life of serial killer, Jeffrey Dahmer. The film was produced by James Franco and Vince Jolivette, in collaboration with The GIrl's School in New York City. Jeffrey was also screened at the Portland Women's Film Festival.
Birdshit was a multi-media performance piece written by Nina Ljeti and directed by James Franco. The performance was staged at MoMA PS1 and featured performances by Nina Ljeti and Marina Abramovic. The piece included source material from Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, and Allen Ginsberg's Howl. Birdshit explored the presence of hysteria in The Seagull, as well as the presence of hysteria in contemporary works of art.
Kurt is an experimental film created by Nina Ljeti and Adarsha Benjamin, and produced by James Franco. It is an ode to Kurt Cobain, and all that he represents to our generation. Kurt premiered at Miami Art Basel in 2012, and featured a performance by Thurston Moore.