CHINATOWN 16MM Film Thesis 2010
Shot on a Bolex
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JACK Feature in development
Promo from 2012 fundraising campaign.
The film is currently titled Young American and is on hold
while seeking funding tobe produced in 2015
*The material presented in this promo will not be used in the actual film.
MISS D Short 2012
The film opens on the countdown on the eve of New Year's, 1995. Miss D,
a modest transvestite slinks home to her studio in Chinatown as the day breaks.
She lets her answering machine play as she recomposes and recovers from the
night before. D is startled upon hearing a voice message from her ex-lover Gina
and causes commotion. Enter Ms. Ling, D's Chinese neighbor and landlady.
Ling agrees to offset D's rent in exchange for herbs and consoles D as they unwind
together in an empty bath. As Ling warns D of her ex's selfish ways, the phone rings.
Gina is in town. D must decide whether to fall back or
break free of the destructive pattern.
MISS D first screened at the short film corner at Cannes Film Festival in 2012.
And has later screened in various cities across the globe as part of the
Kiel Fetish Film Festival, from where main actor Scott Speiser also received an
Award for best trans-performance. The film was selected as part of the
Sydney Underground Film Festival in Australia 2013 and is sceduled to
screen 2014 at the cinema museum in London aswell as in Tokyo and Rome.
Written and Directed by: Stefan Blomquist
Produced by: Maï Arakida Izsak
Cinematography by: Oliver Rush
Casting by: Tiandra Gayle, Nightingayle Casting
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