Sometimes a film should be not be a sprawling story but just about the moment and the potential within it and C.T.R.L captures that moment
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It's with great pleasure that we announce that C.T.R.L was awarded Best Film at The National Irish Science Fiction Film Festival, a film festival dedicated to short science fiction.
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I was so honoured to be asked by Mariana Conde to create this work with her and the rest of the team, and it paid that I personally knew the featured dancers so the creation process was fun throughout.
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This short is truly worthy of mention. It provides a nice uplifting vibe with an urban attitude, a decidedly English style.
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We are super proud of Henry Chamberlain’s raving review. It’s an in-depth, informed look at our film. Check out what people are saying about C.T.R.L across the pond and read the full article at Comics Grinder
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A perhaps even more unconventional film comes from the United Kingdom in the form of Mariana Conde’s C.T.R.L
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Les Roka reveals the content of the 12th annual Fear No Film Festival, part of the Utah Arts Festival, praising the imaginative nature of each section, including "Your Boundaries", which will be screening C.T.R.L.
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