Gonella Productions

Gonella Productions

SCENES OF VIOLENCE

SCENES OF VIOLENCE

LANGUAGE: English

SYNOPSIS

A writer is suffering from anxiety of influence, she embarks on a journey of self-discovery to try to rid herself of this suffering and self-consciousness and rediscover who she really is.

PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION

Production Company:
Film exports/World sales: Gonella Productions

CAST

Xarah Xavier
Peter Carl Burgess
Cristina Romana
Meltem Dincer
Natasha Knight
Jonbenet Blond

MAIN CREDITS

Director: Pablo Robertson de Unamuno
Screenwriter: Pablo Robertson de Unamuno
Producer: Pablo Robertson de Unamuno
Director of Photography: Goeff Moseley
Sound: Sam Masters
Editing: Chicho Puig
Sound Editing: Robert Kubicki
Music Composer: Joel Church

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Genre: Short Experimental Film
Sub-genre: Dreamscape
Language: English
Country of origin: UK
Year of production: 2011
Total running time: 10 minutes and 54 Seconds
Shooting format: HD
Sound format: Stereo

FESTIVAL SELECTIONS

Goa Film Festival
Russain International Film Festival
Shorts on Tap
Delete Film Festival

BIOGRAPHY OF THE DIRECTOR

Pablo started out his career as a photographer. While living in Paris he appeared as an actor in a short film that kickstarted his film career. He returned to his homeland Scotland to study film at Napier University. He then moved down to London and got involved in the world of experimental filmmaking, often working through commissions to make pieces for galleries and events and also making his own work for experimental film festivals. As an experimental filmmaker, Pablo often dealt with subject matters such as man’s relationship with nature in both urban and rural environments where the notion of individuality is specifically examined. Pablo’s films are also known for nuanced and sensitive exploration of characters, concentrating on strong social themes. His work is very visually powerful with a real sense of space and composition which he has perfected through his years as a photographer and also by working the camera in much of his previous work.