Lavender’s Blue selected for SLUM film festival in Nairobi
This is a short film which is made by Emilie,the protagonist of Scheduled, the first story in The Anthropocene Chronicles Part I. This shows a home video which was shot two days before the events of Scheduled.
before shooting had even commenced, we had started releasing a series of teasers, similar to this, across various platforms.
The completed film is currently making it’s way around the film festival circuit.
Lavender’s Blue selected for Fantasic Film Festival
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.
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 earns nomination at Maverick Movie Awards
Lavender’s Blue selected for Montevideo Fantastico in Uruguay
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.
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.
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)