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BLACKMOOR
 
BLACKMOOR
 
East Coast Premiere

Director: James Lewis

England, 2016, 11min
Format: Digital
Festival Year: 2018
Category: Short Narrative
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Cast:  Gwilym Lloyd, Matthew Jure, Stacha Hicks
Crew:  Producers: Max Pirkis, Ed Buggé - Screenwriters: Phillip Morgan
Email:  markusaugohr.de

synopsis
A STRANGER visits an isolated house, apparently to buy it. Bewildered by this haggard but insistent man, its occupant DAVID reluctantly turns tour guide. The Stranger’s manner; accusatory and mournful. He knows this place, increasingly unsettling David with his unhappy procession. David’s FIANCEE arrives, dismissing him abruptly at the sight of the Stranger. They have known each other â€" intimacy and heartache playing out in snatched moments before the Stranger departs, aware his thoughtless journey is futile, final confirmation of a love lost and a life missed. A poignant split-second between two lovers, who realise they must live with their mistakes.

director
James Lewis is a freelance filmmaker. His shorts have screened at film festivals around the world. His latest film, Blackmoor, has screened at Cambridge Film Festival and the BFI, where it was called "atmospheric" and "moving." James also makes observational documentaries for television. Recent work includes Skinny Dip (Channel 4), the highly acclaimed Normal For Norfolk (BBC2) and a film about hate crime due to be broadcast on Channel 4 in late 2017. Last year, he shot a music video with Grammy-winning producer, Tourist.


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