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    Pitch Video

    Quiet on set. During a mandatory moment of silence, we take a peek into the deafening thoughts of the crew members.

    Genre: Comedy
    Target Audience: Adults
    Target Length: 10 minutes
    Budget: $10,000

    Created By

    Alexander Farah ,  British-Columbia


    At the end of a long day of shooting an uninspiring Christmas Movie-of-the-Week, the Boom Operator must record a minute of silence ("room tone") before everyone can go home. During this recording, the film crew must be absolutely quiet; no one can speak. However, inside everyone’s mind, a unique monologue blares. While some of these thoughts are jarring and ruminative, others are absurd and commiserative and the viewer is invited to bare witness to them all. Among these seemingly disjointed thoughts, we notice patterns of reflectiveness. Each individual, recalling a moment of regret, loss or disconnection that has led to where they are today -- heartbroken, stuck, lost and ultimately, unable to pinpoint exactly where to go from here.


    Marina Abramovic on Silence, Self-Reflection, Meditation

    The Team

    We all share an unadulterated love for bold, daring cinema. Having worked on everything from big budget network television shows to indie festival darlings, we believe we have the skills, talent and passion to make this unique and gutsy film.

    Production Design

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