1. For more info, visit: http://www.lana-tannir.com/dustthefilm!

    Starring:
    Emily Johansson
    Liz Douglas
    Alexa Gerasimovich

    Written & Directed by: Lana Tannir
    Produced by: Lindsay Newcomb
    Produced by: Padmini Narumanchi
    Line Producer: Lindsay Newcomb
    Director of Photography: Casey Stein
    First Assistant Camera: Arina Bleiman
    Second Assistant Camera: Oren Soffer
    Gaffer: Isaac Hughes Green

    Assistant Director: Tyler Isaacson
    Script Supervisor: Wesley Heslop
    Production Design: Ella Rooney
    Art Direction: Laura Smith
    Art Assistant: Carly Ganz
    Make-Up & Hair: Ciara Griffin
    Costume Design: Ella Rooney
    Prop & Wardrobe Assistant: Natalia Schwien

    Sound Mixer: Jonathan Fang
    Boom Operator: Hollie Bennett

    Key Grip: Julia Mills
    Best Boy Grip: Jon Truei
    Grip: Dillon Krug
    Production Assistant: Grace Na
    Driver: Angel Martinez

    Copyright Tannir Films 2013

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  2. For more information, visit our website: http://www.lana-tannir.com/dustthefilm or like our Facebook page on http://www.facebook.com/dust2013!

    Written & Directed by Lana Tannir
    Produced by Lindsay Newcomb & Padmini Narumanchi
    Cinematography by Casey Stein

    Starring Emily Johansson, Alexa Gerasimovich and Liz Douglas

    Dust, a short experimental film, is a story about memory and age. It explores the relationship between childhood and adulthood specifically the effect that our childhood memories have on our personality, the mannerisms we develop, our relationships with people and our attachments to objects.

    Mia, a twenty-three year old girl, lives at home with her sick mother, cut off from exterior human contact and a purpose in life. Spending her days in the dusty, filthy house, Mia observes her mother as she struggles with her illness, aware that she will lose the only person who knows and cares about her existence. As she aimlessly wanders around the house, she unveils old memories, buried beneath the thick dust that has gathered through time and neglect.

    Attempting to retreat back to her childhood through her memories, Mia reveals the pain and struggle, which influence her daily existence. Furthermore, she discovers not only how the relationship with her mother has shaped her, but also realizes that it is ultimately memory, which prolongs our existence when we turn to dust.

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Dust: The Film

Dust The Film

This is the official Vimeo website for our film, Dust. Here you can see the trailer, behind the scenes, get a short taste of the film and see the audition process of one of our main actresses!

Written & Directed by Lana Tannir
Produced by Lindsay…


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This is the official Vimeo website for our film, Dust. Here you can see the trailer, behind the scenes, get a short taste of the film and see the audition process of one of our main actresses!

Written & Directed by Lana Tannir
Produced by Lindsay Newcomb & Padmini Narumanchi
Cinematography by Casey Stein

Starring Emily Johansson, Alexa Gerasimovich and Liz Douglas

Dust, a short experimental film, is a story about memory and age. It explores the relationship between childhood and adulthood specifically the effect that our childhood memories have on our personality, the mannerisms we develop, our relationships with people and our attachments to objects.

Mia, a twenty-three year old girl, lives at home with her sick mother, cut off from exterior human contact and a purpose in life. Spending her days in the dusty, filthy house, Mia observes her mother as she struggles with her illness, aware that she will lose the only person who knows and cares about her existence. As she aimlessly wanders around the house, she unveils old memories, buried beneath the thick dust that has gathered through time and neglect.

Attempting to retreat back to her childhood through her memories, Mia reveals the pain and struggle, which influence her daily existence. Furthermore, she discovers not only how the relationship with her mother has shaped her, but also realizes that it is ultimately memory, which prolongs our existence when we turn to dust.

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