"Do you love me?", "Yes", he said, and then... A colorful musical journey into the narrative of a woman's tangled past, with magical glimpses of her present world and hopes for a liberated future.

Director:

Esther Johnson

Writer:

Mehrdad Seyf

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Cast

Credited cast:
Laura Atkins Laura Atkins ... Member of syncronised swimming troupe
Laura Atkins Laura Atkins ... Member of syncronised swimming troupe
Erin Brodie Erin Brodie ... Yalda
Clem Elton Clem Elton ... Gentleman on Bench
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"Do you love me?", "Yes", he said, and then... A colorful musical journey into the narrative of a woman's tangled past, with magical glimpses of her present world and hopes for a liberated future.

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experimental film | dance | See All (2) »

Genres:

Short | Drama | Musical

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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 March 2008 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Budget:

£10,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color (PAL)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Trivia

'Yalda' is a short experimental fiction film made for 'The City Speaks', an innovative collaborative project developed by Film London Artists' Moving Image Network and BBC Radio Drama. Artist film-makers and writers, collaborating with acclaimed author Peter Ackroyd, composer David Pickvance and specialist sound engineers, were commissioned to create 14 minute audio-visual artworks to form a center-piece of the BBC Radio 4 season in 2008, celebrating London as a cosmopolitan city. The project provided artist filmmakers with an opportunity to collaborate with professional writers, and enabled writers to work outside of traditional radio play conventions. 'The City Speaks' is composed of 6 x 14 minute audio-visual works, Yalda being one of these, conceived as truly innovative multi-disciplinary and cross-platform artworks for contemporary media to be presented across a range of contexts. In 2008 the project will launch at the NFT, London, and broadcast nationally on Radio 4 and across a number of digital and interactive broadcast platforms. See more »

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