BerMovies
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Hosted By: Bermuda International Film Festival
3/11/2019
BerMovies

THE ADVENTURES OF RAZ: MILK ROACHES
Prod: Tashel Bean
Dir: Tashel Bean
Running time: 11:56 mins

Raz and the gang travel to Milk Parish to protect Scarlet from an invasion of roaches that threaten to steal her Crystal Loquat.

PRINCE JODIE
Prod: Rory Wilson, Conor Bolton, Oscar Adams
Dir: Rory Wilson

A young couple, thrust upon with the responsibility of a young child, soon falls apart, leaving only fragments to pick up for the sake of this precious little life they have created - Prince Jodie.

CICATRIX
Prod: Rory Wilson
Dir: Rory Wilson
Running time: 10:07 mins

This film explores the relationship between two brothers who have endured a tragedy, but never learned to grieve together. The film shows 10 minutes of real time, as the brothers communicate and connect for the first time, taking place within the safety, and at times claustrophobic, setting of a car.

RAGHEAD
Prod: Nora Jacobson
Dir: Nora Jacobson
Running time: 13:35 mins

A blind date, a veiled woman, a firefighter. Will sparks fly? Nick, a firefighter, is surprised when Sarah, his blind date shows up wearing an Islamic veil. An ugly incident early in the day has affected Sarah’s outlook, making her interaction with Nick fraught with uncertainty and tension.

SILENT TIMES
Prod: Blu Viswanath, Lois Pettit, David Blair, Veronica Convery, Christopher Annino, Geoff Blanchette, Mike Messier
Dir: Christopher Annino
Running time: 2:00 mins

Directed by Christopher Annino “Silent Times” is a Roaring-Twenties escapade set in a small New England town. The Story centers on Oliver Henry III (played by Westerly native Geoff Blanchette), a small-time crook turned vaudeville theatre owner.

REQUIEM - THE STORY OF BERMUDA’S DISAPPEARING SHARKS
Prod: Alex Godfrey
Dir: Alex Godfrey
Running time: 13:55 mins

This is the true story of the disappearance of Bermuda’s sharks. On our journey to find out where they’ve gone we meet those that swam with them, those that fished them and those that study them. But to see one for ourselves, we have to search for them in their habitat, when they are most likely to be active...night.

 


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