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Walk in Dales

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Film course at the Film & TV School Wales | University of South Wales1st year (Dissecting Stories): 3 minutes silent drama Graded 1st class: 85%AWARDS & SELECTIONS:SEMI-FINALIST — Los Angeles CineFest (2017, Los Angeles, USA)SEMI-FINALIST — San Mauro Film Festival (2018, Turin, Italy)OFFICIAL SELECTION - Ffresh Student Media Awards (2018, Cardiff, UK)OFFICIAL SELECTION — Walthamstow International Film Festival (2018, London, UK)OFFICIAL SELECTION — Ffresh – the Student Media Awards (2018, Cardiff, UK)OFFICIAL SELECTION — The Film Brunch (2017, London, UK)OFFICIAL SELECTION — Flicks international student film festival (2018, Groningen, Netherlands)OFFICIAL SELECTION — Chapter MovieMaker — December 2017 (2017, Cardiff, UK)OFFICIAL SELECTION — 15th Frames Film Festival (2018, Mumbai, India)OFFICIAL SELECTION — Miami Independent Film Festival (2017, Miami Beach, USA)Yorkshire Dales,1953. Warwick (53) and his daughter Sophie (25) are exploring the hills of the Yorkshire Dales, with a trip littered with happy memories. In but a sudden moment, Warwick collapses, leaving Sophie to bear witness to his suffering isolated, far from any human contact. This short silent drama aims to point out that we should appreciate our loved ones, because we never know what could happen; The seemingly banal and usual day can end up with a tragedy, even with humbled beginnings.CASTWarwick: Robin DrakeSophie: Clare Sophie DaviesYoung Sophie: Klara KoutskaCREWDirected by Patrik KrivanekScreenplay: Patrik Krivanek, James Holbrook, Michael Gazda, Connor TwiggDirector of Photography: Michael GazdaProducer/Production: James HolbrookSound Recordist/Boom op: Dan Chilcott, Connor TwiggEditor: Tom Large1st AC: Vratislav KarasDrone/Steadicam Operator: Geraint VaughanProduction Assistant: Farah RoseEditing Assistant: Michael GazdaScore composed by: Jeremy James HuntVisual Effects: Tom LargeBTS Photography: Matt MalesSpecial Thanks:Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru / Natural Resources WalesFilmed with Blackmagic Ursa Mini 4K (with Carl Zeiss and Samyang Xeen prime lenses)Shot on location in the Brecon Beacons National Park