„Acting is intensive, wonderful work and I love it!
To give life to a story together in a team, to give all what‘s possible for a character to do justice to him and the message of the story – that is a wonderful, uplifting feeling!
But what makes acting, what makes movies truly so special to me is that you can give people an inspiration for their lives, a touching and sometimes agitating time.
We are all on our especial ways of live and movies can be a precious companion!
They can help us to change to the positive and with that in the end also our unique world!
To reach people emotionally and enrich their lives with a lot of dedication and love for stories – that is part of my passion for filmmaking!“
Julia Domenica attended On-Camera-workshops of the Munich Filmschool as well as several masterclasses and workshops in Cologne, Berlin, Rome, London and L.A. working with teachers like Bernard Hiller, Jeff Erbach, Frank Betzelt.
Her first role came in 1999 as The Rose in a theatre adaption of Antoine de saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince. One of her favourite experiences in theatre was playing Nina in Tschechow’s The Seagull.
In 2006 she started working in TV and film. Since then she appeared in television series‘ such as Der letzte Bulle, Kommissar Stolberg, SOKO Köln, Pastewka.
In 2007, she made her film debut as a fan of the main character Finn in Wim Wender’s Palermo Shooting. Followed by small appearances in André Erkau’s Selbstgespräche and Christoph Hochhäusler’s Unter Dir Die Stadt.
In 2012, she entered the international market playing the supporting role of Jennell T. Steiner in the English TV production The Dossier, including an upper middle class akcent and action scenes.
In 2013 she played the lead of Lisa, a rebellious and despereate character, in the romantic TV drama LISA AND THE ARTIST.
This extraordinary production was only able to be realized because of the intense commtiment of the producer, script-writer and director Thomas Busse who also played the male lead role.
One sponsor and private donators support the movie that is therefore a unique way of producing in Germany.
Planned release date: 2017
Julia is Qi Gong Coach (FLOWING BREATH QI GONG) with a diploma from the German sport school Cologne, Prof. Wenjun Zhu.
Furthermore she has a diploma in chemistry with main focus biochemistry.
In addition, she is a „resonance musician“, playing the body tambura for people as relaxation and energizing treatment (BODY IN RESONANCE, bodyinresonance.juliadomenica.com) and creating special sound accents during concerts, for films and on CDs.
In 2014 she released her first CD „WAVES“ with the body tambura as main instrument. For more information go to Music.
Since December 2013 she is the musical company of singer-songwriter Thomas Busse.
This year she is on tour again with Thomas: The „Friedliche Rebellen Tour“ offers a bride program of New-Age and Singer-Songwriter-Songs as well as poetic texts.
She already did various seminars as co-lecturer and lecturer in the fields of communication, motivation, healing & science, relaxation and Qi Gong and held lectures.
Currently she gives seminars like „ Erlebnisreiche Wege zur Entspannung“ and „Free Spirit Woman Nature“, for example.
Julia writes poems since she was 10 and works at the moment at ther first poetry book „Ich bin da“, to be released in 2017.
When art needs some pause Julia enjoys life with her fiancée Thomas as well as with activities like QiGong, jogging, Yoga, Badminton, archery, reading, meditation, expressionistic painting, travelling, family, friends and her two dogs.