We are independent filmmakers looking to talk to collaborators for a short film.
The right collaborator will create a spoken word poem that will become part of a 2-3 minute film that employs symbolism and cinematic metaphor, filmed within a building(s) that has a history of incarceration and trauma.
We’re looking at locations such as former mental health institutions or corrections facilities so an interest or experience with mental health and/or incarceration would be helpful.
The film will be hosted online for free to a broad audience in New Zealand and potentially receive wide viewership internationally.
We’re looking to work with someone:
- To create a spoken word poem that speaks powerfully but sensitively of incarceration and of the journey from illness to health
- Who is a confident performer of their work in front of a camera
- Who feels strongly about the subject of mental health or incarceration
- Who preferably lives in Auckland.
If this sounds like you, please get in touch. We’d love to see videos of your previous work too so please send these along.
Gemma Duncan | firstname.lastname@example.org