DAY AT THE BEACH

Directed by
Sophie Littman

Two people that have never met reunite and construct a cherished memory, a day on the beach.

Would you improve this memory? If so, how?

Sophie Littman is a young, promising filmmaker from London. After a success of her film Springing for Random Acts she's gone on to direct short films and music videos.

She made this short art film after coincidentally finding an inspiration while going through her old notebooks.

'I was looking through an old sketchbook for a password and re-read a quote I had noted down a while ago, “Fascination exists in a field of non-contradiction, of entities beyond binaries” I wanted to make a small film that echoed that. Even though we understand this memory isn’t authentic and the relationship between these two people is entirely false we still want to feed into it and, hopefully, it’s still compelling.' 

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