International Competition : Feature Films

For the plasma

Bingham Bryant

2014
United States
1h33
Fiction
Col.
English

A digital-pastoral drama of friendship, landscape, and technology, shot in 16mm. The film begins as the story of two young women employed as forest-fire lookouts in Northern Maine, and ends in a hundred places at once. Along the way, the girls make financial predictions based on surveillance footage of the surrounding forest; the local lighthouse keeper and a pair of unusual investors interrupt their solitude; and a dreamlike portrait of small town America and contemporary life is revealed.

Cast
Anabelle LeMieux, Rosalie Lowe, Tom Llyod
Screenplay
Bingham Bryant
Photography
Christopher Messina
Music
Keiichi Suzuki
Editing
Bingham Bryant, Kyle Molzan
Production
Bingham Bryant

contact: Bingham Bryant
nicurfe@gmail

The film is selected for the Eurocks One+One Award.

INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE

2014 Competition