Speaking Daggers (2017)

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Role: Production Designer

A film about love, revenge, deceit and betrayal, told in a series of conversations in an outdoor café – a modern setting for old tales, first told by William Shakespeare 400 years ago.

Production Company: Incognita Enterprises

Directed by Sally McLean and produced by Billy Smedley 

Commissioned to open the Arts Learning Festival held at the Australian Centre of Moving Image on May 3rd, 2017. 
 

If you would like to know more about Speaking Daggers please visit the websites www.speakingdaggers.com and www.shakespearerepublic.com to learn more about the Shakespeare Republic series.

Recognitions:
Official Selection, Noosa International Film Festival, AU 2018
Official Selection, Berlin International Cinefest, DEU 2018
Official Selection, St Kilda Film Festical, AU 2018
Official Selection, Unrestricted View Film Festival, Islington UK 2018
Official Selection, Brazil International Film Festival, BRA 2018
Official Selection, Riverside Short Film Festival, Missouri, USA 2018
Official Selection, Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival, UK 2018
Official Selection, International Short Film Festival Beveran, BEL 2018
Official Selection, International Short Film Festival Kolkata, IND 2017
Official Selection, AngliCON Film Festival, USA 2017
Winner, Best Short Film at Peak City International Film Festival, USA 2017
Official Selection, Peak City International Film Festival, USA 2017
Official Selection, The Shakespeare Film Festival, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust UK 2017

Press:
"The world loves Speaking Daggers". arts learning festival. 16 Jan 2018. 
Shane Green. "Festival Accolades for Speaking Daggers". arts learning festival. 28 Aug. 2017. 
Sarah W. "'Speaking Daggers', the new film by Shakespeare Republic". The Plus Ones. 18 May. 2017.
Angela Perez. "'Speaking Daggers' shows the best of Shakespeare". beMELBOURNE. 20 Apr. 2017. 
Incognita Enterprises. "Speaking Daggers film premier". eventfinda. n.d
"Speaking Daggers | Premier Screening". Only Melbourne. n.d.
"Speaking Daggers: Opening Doors on Love, Deceit and Betrayal". arts learning festival.  5 Apr. 2017.