Anthropocene Chronicles, Saranne Bensusan, Rachael Howard,

Anthropocene Chronicles short Lavenders Blue wins at Mumbai Cult Film Festival

Earlier this month, the short film, Lavender’s Blue, was invited to participate in the first Mumbai International Cult Film Festival. As a result of this screening we are delighted to say that the film, a prequel story to the Anthropocene Chronicles book, won the “Silver Award” for “Best Experimental Short”
Saranne Bensusan's Lavenders Blue Selected for Lifft Mumbai

Lavenders Blue selected for Mumbai international Cult Film Festival

Lavender’s Blue, directed by Saranne Bensusan, has been selected for the Mumbai international cult film festival which is scheduled to take place on December the fifth.

The short film starring Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter was co-written by Rachael Howard and and Saranne Bensusan with music and lyrics performed by Guthrie Lowe. read more

Saranne Bensusan, Lavender's Blue

Lavender’s Blue selected for LIFFT INDIA FILMOTSAV in Pune, India

Saranne Bensusan‘s short Anthropocene Chronicles film Lavender’s Blue has been selected for the LIFFT INDIA FILMOTSAV, which took place on December 25th in Pune, India

The film, starring Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter was written by Saranne Bensusan and Rachael Howard and has a soundtrack composed and performed by Guthrie Lowe read more

Headstones,Perks,Orheus & Eurydice, Saranne Bensusan

Headstones on their way

You may remember that a year ago we put out a call for you to get involved with the production of Orpheus & Eurydice, by helping to fund some puppet making materials. We are pleased to be able to say that we have started to dispatch headstones now that they have come down from the set, and the associated imdb credits have been submitted. read more

Sasranne Bensusan, Orpheus & Eurydice, Stop-Motion

Intermission in Orpheus & Eurydice

Yesterday, our director posted, via the @OrpheusAnd twitter channel this message confirming that even our production has not been immune from the effects of COVID-19.

Saranne Bensusan, Louise Rhian Poole, Mark Preston

Ménage du Trois selected for first Nosferatu Film Festival

Saranne Bensusan‘s horror short Ménage du Trois has been selected for the first Nosferatu Film Festival, which takes place late next year, and is hosted by The Savoy Cinema, Doncaster.

The film stars Louise Rhian Poole and Mark Preston, and has already has a lot of festival success read more

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