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The Man Who Stopped

Category:
Short
Format:
HD
Running Time:
15 min 57 s
Year:
2011

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From

carlo ortu

About this film

Following the death of his wife, Derek turns to the street art of being a living human statue as he attempts to deal with his grief on his own terms.

More details here:
http://tinyurl.com/845corw

Cast

Stuart

Derek
Colin Holt

Performer
Matthew Jure

Laura

Mr Brown
James Groom

Mrs Rhodes

Crew

Director

Producer

Cinematographer
Andrew Fleming

1st Assistant Director

Sound Operator
Michele Caruso

Make-Up
Rebecca Went

Production Designer
Rosanna Mallinson

Focus Puller
Chris Ferguson

Clapper/Loader
James Leckey

Gaffer
Seb Lamb

Continuity
Matthew Waite

Runner
Dan McKenzie

Runner
Paige O'Hara

Editor
Dan Roberts

Music
Stuart Briner

Sound Mixer & Design
Daniel Vasquez

Colourist
Pat Wintersgill

Producer
Phil Deguara

Producer
Andy Bate

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Comments

  • Big tree photographic
    6 years ago
    Nice film Carlo, enjoyed it.
  • Alexandra Rebrisorean
    6 years ago
    Touching film. Nice ending. Congrats
  • Ike Khan
    6 years ago
    A well crafted film. I especially loved the midpoint revelation.
  • John Smail
    6 years ago
    Polished, professional and involving. Nice work!
  • Wendy Caplin
    6 years ago
    so nicely done. On all levels. A little gem
  • Pat Wintersgill
    6 years ago
    Great film - emotionally honest with great performances.
  • Renderyard
    6 years ago
    A lovley and very touching film. A big well done.
  • carlo ortu (Filmmaker!)
    6 years ago
    Thank you for the nice comments. Much appreciated. Cheers, Carlo
  • Matt Jamie
    6 years ago
    A touching film which handles the subject matter with subtelty and charm.
  • Michael Gilroy
    6 years ago
    Great writing and direction, wonderful, sensitive performances from Colin and Matthew. Good luck with it's journey.

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