FORMAT: Feature Film, 1 x 94′, DCI 4K. The film is currently being presented at festivals. Please get in touch to request a private viewing link.
DIRECTOR: Flavia Casà
AWARDS: Winner at London Int’l Motion Picture Awards for Janine Birkett (Best Uk Actress), Jack Loy (Best Uk Actor), Mark Wingett (Best supporting Actor). Finalist at the Los Angeles Femme Int’l Film Festival for Best Feature Writer (Flavia Casà). Nominee at Top Indie Film Awards for best feature, best cinematography and best music. Special Mention at Unrestricted View Film Festival.
FILM PREMIERE: Los Angeles Femme Int’l Film Festival, Official Selection, 17th of October 2019
SYNOPSIS: Set in the British seaside, Beautiful in the Morning is a coming of age story about Marielle, an 18 years old girl who during the summer travels to her family country house to reconnect with the women in her family, only for them to be torn apart by an intrusive stranger.
HIGHLIGHTS: The late editing sessions with the director, discussing passionately on how to represent realistically the emotional world of an 18 years old.
SYNOPSIS: The Dry Cleaner is a contemporary short spy film about the moral dilemma of agent recruitment. British Intelligence officer George Collins makes contact with Middle Eastern student Lydia, who at her university knows members of a revolutionary group called the FKA. George tries to persuade Lydia to work with him and provide information. Will Lydia spy on her friends in Britain or will she leave George out in the cold?
The film is currently being presented at festivals around Europe and the USA; it is also in development with the same characters as a feature film. Shot in London on Red Epic. If interested, please get in touch for a private screener link.
HIGHLIGHTS: Experimenting with suspense while getting into the mindset of an hesitant aspiring young spy.
AWARDS: Winner of Best Short Film at the Open World Toronto Film Festival and Southampton International Film Festival. Nominated for Best Editing at Southampton International Film Festival.
SYNOPSIS: My baby shot me down is an experimental film about domestic violence with a twist. A story about five women and their insatiable desire for revenge. A stylised, tarantinian fight back where violence is a contradictory, yet symbolic, response to the abuse. A film without dialogues, where the images and the music speak for themselves by being daring and empowering.
SYNOPSIS: Requiem for a Fighter is an innovative tale of family and unlicensed boxing in a close-knit Irish town. Kim Kold from Fast and Furious plays Lucas, a former Danish Army Officer who travels to Ireland to clear up the details of his estranged son’s death. This journey will lead him to discover unknown sides of his son’s life, build new bonds and fight for his son owns convictions.
HIGHLIGHTS: Outline a plot rich of storylines in just 2 minutes, showcasing a variety of dramatic moods, keeping at the same time the rhythm engaging and the story real.