Group shot with Jane and Louise, Clare, Ohna and Theresa

Behind the scenes of Songs For My Mother with Jane and Louise Wilson, Claire Luke, Ohna Falby and Tereza Srbova. Photographer Jake Polonsky.

Ohna Falby set up Life to Live Films Ltd in 2011 to produce her slate of independent work. Having successfully established herself managing and launching the careers of distinctive emerging talent through award-winning shorts and art films, she is now working on a wide range of projects and formats with exciting talent to watch, and collaborating with creative partners across Europe.

LTLF also service productions in London and the UK. With a very long career in producing high end TV commercials, music videos and content, Ohna has the expertise and relationships required to look after shoots in a seriously competitive and professional capacity. For references please get in touch (see contacts page).

You can see the catalogue of work Ohna has produced on the films page and the projects in development on the films in development films page.

You can see the Talent Life to Live Films are working with on the Talent page

Who are we?

Ohna Falby (Producer and Head of development)

Ohna grew up in France where she took her first steps in the advertising industry, before moving to New York to study filmmaking and creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College, and then coming to London to start her career working in commercials, working her way up to producing. She has worked for award winning directors at production companies including BFCS, The Producers, RSA, Lewin & Watson, Federation, D Films, Cowboy, Tiger Aspect, Brave, Blink, HLA, @Radical Media, Sid Roberson’s, Exposure Films / HSI London, Rattling Stick, Stink and Independent.

In 2002, Ohna partnered with Daniel Mulloy and they set up and ran Sister Films. They collaborated on enormously successful short films together and won over 80 international awards including 3 BATFAs, a nomination for the European Academy Awards after winning the UIP at Krakow and most recently a BIFA for Best British Short Film. The films produced have had a mix of funding sources including Film4 / UK Film Council, regional Arts Council funding, lottery completion funding and product placement / branded content.

CV/biog & filmography


Find out more

We're in production and development so things are always changing. Ohna will be keeping the news page and Twitter feed up to date. But if you want to know more please do get in touch!

Recent Entries

BIFA Crocodile and Baby

BIFA has had a great idea in this period of Coronavirus lockdown - they have made all the BIFA nominated and winner shorts over the past 10 years available to view for FREE. How lovely to see BABY and CROCODILE up there and among such an exciting batch of films - great to be able to watch them all.

Films in LFF2019

This year my highlight of the festival was going to NFT1 to listen to an interview with Céline Sciamma, fabulously talented French writer director of Water Lilies, Tomboy, Girlhood (writer of the animated My Life as a Courgette) and in this year’s festival - her period piece Portrait of a Lady on Fire.

First Time Directors

I have been thinking about the stigma and the draw surrounding this title. All my feature projects - and I guess my shorts too in terms of “feature status” - are pretty much with first time directors. Sometimes I long to be at the stage where I can be working with more established directors – albeit them also being the first-timers I’m working with, only them (and me) having MADE that first feature!!! –. Get me out of perpetual development please…