Archive of films Until the River Runs Red / Until the River Runs Red

United Kingdom
2010, 27 min

Section: Prague Short Film Festival Presents
Year: 2012

Sixteen-year-old Chloe is the only daughter of God. Travelling around with her parents, she spends her days searching for the mythical "Red River.” As Chloe’s story unfolds, it becomes clear what really led them to embark upon this pilgrimage. Special Jury Mention for innovative use of film language to create poetic moments in this magical multi-faceted story.


Synopsis

Sixteen-year-old Chloe is the only daughter of God. Travelling around with her parents, she spends her days searching for the mythical "Red River.” As Chloe’s story unfolds, it becomes clear what really led them to embark upon this pilgrimage. Special Jury Mention for innovative use of film language to create poetic moments in this magical multi-faceted story.

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About the film

Color, DIGIBETA

Section: Prague Short Film Festival Presents
   
Director: Paul Wright
Screenplay: Paul Wright
Dir. of Photography: Annika Summerson
Music: Jean-Marc Petsas
Editor: Michael Aaglund
Producer: Poss Kondeatis
Production: National Film and Television School
Cast: Emma True, Gillian Bradbury, Charlotte Donnelly, Andy Gathergood, Hannah Moss
Contact: National Film and Television School
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