Scarlet Visions is a film production company based in Munich, Germany. It was founded 2017 by Christian Jilka and Mai Nguyen after completing a short film together by the same title. The company is creating content mainly in the field of narrative and writer-director cinema, rooting in the believe that every greatness begins with imagination and envisioning.
Mai Nguyen was born in Vietnam. She was one of the founders of Pixelholic Media Ltd and worked there as a producer. She produced short films such as "Noriko" (2016) and "Scarlet Visions" (2016), as well as the documentary "Vietnam messages from the war" (2013). Her first feature film ''The Inseminator'' got multiple nominations at different international film festivals and won best photography at the Asean International Film Festival & Awards 2015. Her second feature film project ''Memoryland'' with director Quy Bui was supported by the Script Development Fund at Asean Cinema Fund Busan 2016 and was chosen for the Berlinale Co-Production Market, Berlinale Talents Projects 2017.
Christian Jilka was born in Austria. After winning multiple awards at austrian festivals, he participated at the "Union Internationale du Cinéma" festival 2012 in Bulgaria. His short film "Noriko" (2016) was screened at 13 different film festivals around the world and won best sci-fi at the Amsterdam International Film Festival, as well as best student short at the Bucharest ShortCut CineFest. In the same year he wrote, produced and directed the experimental short "Scarlet Visions" (2016), which won best foreign student short at the Hollywood Moving Pictures Film Festival. The following year he won best director for his polish folklore inspired short "A Crystal Carol" (2017).