BERLIN, I LOVE YOU Official Trailer (2019) Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren the movie is now in theaters and was co-produced by Katharina Baron owner of House of Baron. It was just released in the USA.
Contact House of Baron for any press requests regarding Show Gallery - Next Exhibit Home: A Nice Place to Visit with Adam Goldberg. Contact email@example.com for press kit
This is the teaser for a documentary we are producing at House of Baron. It delves into the real lives of male models and explores the psychological and emotional repercussions of such a life, in an industry which places beauty above all else. Directed by Patrick McKenzie, Producer Katharina Baron. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
INGA-LENA aesthetic is the revelation of inner affirmation and acceptance. It celebrates the instinctive duality of gentle femininity and rational practicality in a woman’s nature. Read their feature on Katharina Baron here.
Katharina is what you would consider a story teller of the real life, a unicorn, who doesn’t like labels or definitions. She follows her instinct and the opportunities that arise with it. She is an actor, a magazine editor, a business consultant and above all tries to always do what she loves in order to pour her full dedication into a project.
HOUSE OF BARON helped launch SHOW GALLERY and the next exhibition is happening this Thursday. Don’t forget to rsvp.
C2C launched a new platform for creatives and Katharina Baron was one of the first to be interviewed for their editorial on creatives read the article here.
Actress, Model, Writer, and Director - Katharina Baron is a true multi-talent. She graduated from CELSA Sorbonne and FU Berlin in Journalism and MBA and began her career with documentaries and then moved on to film projects in the fashion, automobile, and lifestyle industries before she moved to Los Angeles.
Currently in the editing of our official partner Post Mango is the music video “Music es Medicina” directed by Katharina Baron, Produced by House of Baron, DOP Josua Fisher.
New mini-documentary series demand change in a step toward bringing privacy back around the globe. WATCH NOW ON YOUTUBE.
“On one side, you have the pressure that says if you’re not part of social media, you don’t exist. In my field as an actor, it’s really hard to say I’m going to be off Facebook or off of Instagram. You’re kind of forced to play the game, but at the same time, you know you have zero control over it” — said Neyssan Falahi, who works in the entertainment industry. “I’ve heard a lot of stories from friends of mine who got their identity stolen. It’s pretty scary. If something happens to you, who’d you ask for help? Is the police going to do something about it? Probably not” — the artist added.
Falahi is one of nearly thirty artists who have volunteered to share on camera what privacy means to them in their everyday lives and discuss the double-edged sword of giving up personal data to use free services for email, messaging, and social media. This is how a new mini-documentary series titled “Privacy Diaries” was created. The series, which was directed by Katharina Baron Kowalewski, highlights people’s biggest concerns surrounding lack of privacy and user control in today’s digital world.
During a time when loss of trust is at an all-time high, people everywhere are joining a worldwide movement in creating a global society connected by true privacy. Those who are interested in joining it can do so using the hashtag #bringingprivacyback.
About Katharina Baron Kowalewski
Katharina Baron Kowalewski
Los Angeles based Katharina Baron has directed commercials and branded content for clients such as Mercedes, VW, Swarovski, and Code Nast. She graduated from CELSA Sorbonne and FU Berlin in Business, Communication and Journalism and made her start with documentaries and moved later on to fashion, automotive, and lifestyle. Katharina has directed and written a number of short films that have been featured at Cannes, Hofer Filmfestspiele, and Rome Independent Film Festival.
It sounds like a contradiction when you explain to anyone that creating content without showing your product or talking about it will leverage your brand. .