Synopsis: Opposing sexual appetites and dietary ethics bring a stagnant relationship to a theatrical and surprising crescendo as a heartfelt revelation confronts the elephant in the room.
About the Filmmaker: Nick Rutter’s award-winning films have been at Cannes Film Festival and on Netflix , Channel 4 and the BBC. He studied for his MA at Goldsmiths College, studied at London’s Panic Film School and the Brighton Film School. His break into directing came with a series of documentaries on the bands Madness, The Clash and The Sex Pistols. His short ‘The World Turns’ won a Fuji Short Film award, and was nominated for a Shine award at Bradford International as well as selected for numerous screenings including Danny Boyle’s shuffle Festival. Oscar-winning producer Gareth Unwin said it demonstrated “a distinct ability to craft a narrative, with a wonderful aesthetic”.
This film is showing in the The East Anglian Collection shorts screening at The Forum Auditorium on 19th November at 16:30.
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