Short Film | 4 mins | 2016 |
Private Moments. Public Toilets.
Two women with opposing ideas on what is 'Public' and what is 'Private' lose their shit in very different ways.
Starring Olivia Spencer & Emma Stirling
Written & Directed by Grace June Cleere
Produced by Poppy Rose Cleere
Cinematography by Adrian Musto
Sound recording by Joel Neale
Makeup by Nadya Szczodrowski
Sound design by Andrew Jones
Credits music: 'Best Mistake (Mass FX Remix)' by Conditions
Official Selection: BFI Future Film Festival, London, UK (2017)
Official Selection: Shortest Nights Film Festival, London, UK (2017)
Official Selection: Screened Nights, London, UK (2017)
Official Selection: Aesthetica Film Festival, York, UK (2017) (BAFTA Recognised)
Official Selection: London Short Film Festival, London, UK (2018) (BAFTA Recognised)
Official Selection: British Shorts Film Festival, Berlin, DE (2018)
Official Selection: Le Mup Festival, Montreal, CA (2018)
Daily Pick on Film Shortage : 'The Internet Is a Small World'
Featured on Short of the Week's Vimeo Channel: 'Hits a bit too close to home'
Featured on Digg: 'A Hilariously Gross Short About Pooping In Public'
Featured on Kiss 92.5 Radio: 'Flushed: The Trials and Tribulations of Using a Bathroom in Public' http://www.kiss925.com/2017/01/03/flushed-trials-tribulations-using-bathroom-public/
VIMEO STAFF PICK
Featured on iheartradio: 'Hilarious Video Shows What It's Like to Poop in Public'
Featured on Vimeo's Curated Comedy Channel
Featured on One Small Window's Stellar Shorts: 'Powerfully depicts the difficulties of living in this social media age'
Featured on Nameless.tv's Short Film Channel:
Featured on Motion Arts Pro: 'A real game of thrones'
Interview on The New Current: 'Captures the complexity of modern social communications'
Finalist Shooting People's 'Film of the Month' Feb '17 : 'Made me smile...an everyday nightmare' - Stephen Woolley
Featured on Douban.com: 'Honest display of the network era'
Featured on Short Fil.ms: 'Great work!'
Review on Monologue Blogger: 'A finely executed short film...a sharp, original and character driven scenario'
Review on UK Film Review: 'A charming comedy'
Interview on Fandependent Films: