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New Propaganda poster appears online

Anthropocene Chronicles - Civil Compliance - Dystopian Movie

A new Civil Compliance propaganda poster was posted today by the Dissonance twitter account: pic.twitter.com/B02vvWk195 — Dissonance (@DystopianMovie) May 18, 2019 This is a new piece of artwork that had not appeared in the paperback, and we will continue to notify you if and when more have been posted.

Lavender’s Blue released publically after a year on festival circuit

Stine Olsen playing Emilie

After a year on the festival circuit, Lavender’s Blue, the Anthropocene Chronicles prequel, has been released to the public. So far on its festival run it has been selected for BAFTA qualifying festivals along with speciality festivals and been nominated for awards, we are still hoping for a lot more from this film.    

Dissonance package available to Cannes Market registants

Anthropocene Chronicles Propaganda

filmmakers and producers registered to attend this years Marché du Film which began today will have access to a package of Dissonance related items via the Cinando portal which comes as part of the registration. this includes: the short propaganda film Lavender’s Blue the opening twelve pages which can be found in the paperback along […]

Lavender’s Blue Nominated as Semi-Finalist at Alternative Film Festival in Toronto

BEST INTERNATIONAL SCI-FI/FANTASY/SUPERNATURAL

The short film Lavender’s Blue, written by Saranne Bensusan and Rachael Howard has received a nomination as a semi-finalist in the “BEST INTERNATIONAL SCI-FI/FANTASY/SUPERNATURAL” at the Alternative Film Festival in Toronto.   The winners will be asnnounced on September 17th.

Lavender’s Blue receives world Premiere

Official Selection

The Short Propaganda film Lavender’s Blue got it’s world Premiere on Tuesday night (the eleventh) when it played at the BAFTA qualifying Portobello Road International Film Festival.

Lavender’s Blue gets second festival selection in a fortnight!

Official Selection

The short film Lavender’s Blue, starring Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter has been selected for the BAFTA qualifying Portabello Road Film Festival in September.  The screenplay was written, in Danish, by (director) Saranne Bensusan and inspired by the nursery rhyme written by Rachael Howard for the short story “Memories” (the nursery rhyme features in the film)        

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