ELSEWHERE | SHORT FILM

Elsewhere

ELSEWHERE | SHORT FILM

ELSEWHERE | SHORT FILM

Synopsis

A girl in a room but her mind is elsewhere.

Cast & Crew

GIRL Chantel Jia

WRITER-DIRECTOR/PRODUCER Christine Margaret
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Ira Putilova
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Paul Melvin
CAMERA OPERATOR Joachim Rossel
GAFFER Amy Corrigan
EDITOR Christine Margaret
CAMERA ASSISTANT Frederico Nobre De Carvalho
SOUND MIX James Hynes

Introduction

Elsewhere (2016) is a short fiction directed by Christine Margaret during her term 2 practice at the London Film School. The film explores the themes of imagination and cinema experience.

  Specifications   Film Type: Experimental Film, Short, Fiction, Student Film  Runtime: 3 minutes  Completion Date: 2016  Production Budget: 120 pounds  Production Location: United Kingdom  Country of Filming: United Kingdom  Language: No Dialogue

Specifications

Film Type: Experimental Film, Short, Fiction, Student Film

Runtime: 3 minutes

Completion Date: 2016

Production Budget: 120 pounds

Production Location: United Kingdom

Country of Filming: United Kingdom

Language: No Dialogue

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  "I very much liked the juxtaposition of the tension between her very unperturbed response to what seemed to be a parallel universe of sounds, sounds that perhaps if we paid attention we might actually hear in a certain way. It almost seemed to be coming out of a restlessness, almost a boredom, or boredom of the character, and playing with sounds that if we had the time or the inclination, we might hear and create rhythms from it. It would be greatness really to try to draw from it certain possible feelings from story… solitude and bordering on boredom, restlessness, not in the experience of watching it but the character within it, which I thought was very interesting and part of the human experience."   — LFS Critique

"I very much liked the juxtaposition of the tension between her very unperturbed response to what seemed to be a parallel universe of sounds, sounds that perhaps if we paid attention we might actually hear in a certain way. It almost seemed to be coming out of a restlessness, almost a boredom, or boredom of the character, and playing with sounds that if we had the time or the inclination, we might hear and create rhythms from it. It would be greatness really to try to draw from it certain possible feelings from story… solitude and bordering on boredom, restlessness, not in the experience of watching it but the character within it, which I thought was very interesting and part of the human experience."

— LFS Critique

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