Angst - Short Film • Pascale Neuschafer
cinematographer cape town, female cinematographer, cinematographer South Africa, Pascale Neuschäfer, Pascale Neuschafer, female DOP, London, UK
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Angst

  • A woman, standing behind a shop counter, in a hijab looks terrified at someone standing in front of her
  • A young man in a white hoodie, with blood running down the left side of his face

Angst is a short film about the changing face of xenophobia in post-Brexit Britain. Amid the chaos of a violent anti-immigration protest, a teenage boy is party to a brutal assault. Running from the police, he finds refuge with a local shop owner. The attack will bear grave and immediate consequences for them both.
(2016, 10min)

 

http://www.angst-film.com/

 

Director: Rory Gibson
Producer: Jorgo Narjes
Cinematographer: Pascale Neuschäfer
Starring: Abraham Lewis, Agni Scott
1st AC: Jackie Read
2nd AC: Sally Rylett
Additional Camera Operator: Gerard Puigmal Lladó
Gaffer: Sabrina Corda
SparkJacek Holdanowicz
Colourist: Jason Moffat

 

FESTIVALS AND NOMINATIONS:

OFFICIAL SELECTION:
Nashville Film Festival (Nashville, 2017)
East End Film Festival (London, 2017)
Plymouth Film Festival (Plymouth, 2017)


NOMINATIONS:
“Best Cinematography” – Watersprite Festival (Cambridge, 2017)

Category
Narrative