A feature film project currently seeking a producer.
Based on a true story, dark drama Sardines In A Can follows three girls from three very different backgrounds in search of a new beginning on their move to London.
New writer/director Daniella Daemy, inspired by directors such as Ken Loach, Mike Leigh and David Lynch, wants to explore what she calls everyday cultural schizophrenia: how personal ideals clash with society and then deform, the struggle to define what we really want, the schizophrenia of the human condition.
Written and Directed by Daniella Daemy.
Produced by Daniella Daemy and Lomig Joliff.
Cinematography by Markus A. Ljungberg.
Edited by Oskars Rupenheits.
Music by Jelle IJsbrandy.
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Interference is a dramatic comedy silent film depicting a universal story about humans trying to control their environment at all price.
Erin, a middle aged woman, has lived all her life in solitude and concealed from the outside world. Her house is a fortress where she controls everything.
To be kept undetected from society, Erin puts foam on every single thing she owns that could produce the smallest sound. She has wired every electronic device and connected them to an earphone that she uses to listen to radio, television and music. On the television, the weather reporter announces that a storm is coming. Police patrols are evacuating the houses. Erin thinks she is secured until the uncontrollable rides over her fortifications. An insect that chirps enters the frame and then, begins a pursuit for control over external and internal threats.
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