BARE BONES FILMS 2022

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SEEING BLUE
MARGO CRESSWELL-Writer/Director/Producer
VUKILE TEMBE/ZENA MSUTU-Producers

UNIVERSITY CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

10:12 Minutes

Seeing Blue is incredibly personal to me. I wrote it under lockdown in France where I was thousands of kilometers away from friends and family and was feeling incredibly lonely and anxious. The film is short for a reason: it's chaotic, emotional, and intriguing. I hope you enjoy watching it.

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THROUGH THE BARRICADES
ALEXANDRINE BENJAMIN-Writer/Director/Producer

UNIVERSITY OF GROMISCH, ENGLAND



17:41 Minutes

In the midst of the treacherous social protests that have paralyzed Haiti for months, Jean and his wife, Rose, must face blocked roads and neighborhoods filled with murderous gangs in the hope of finding a place to give birth to their first child. During the peyilòk (country in lock), the night does no favors.