‘Dawn of the Deaf’ Joins Summer Indie Horror Compilation
Rob Savage’s Sundance nominated short Dawn Of The Deaf (2016) has been made available on Girls On Film 2: Before Dawn, the latest short film compilation from Peccadillo.
In London, a small group of deaf people are spared when a strange sound wipes out the hearing population. As they try to come to terms with their situation, the bodies start to move.
One of Screen International’s Stars of Tomorrow in 2013, Rob directed his feature debut, Strings, at age of 18 which won him a BIFA award. . His latest short, Seaholme, is also a psychological horror.
Girls On Film 2: Before The Dawn brings together eleven films from UK and international short filmmakers offering dreams, romance, desires and temptation. Many of the films have screened at prominent film festivals such as BFI Flare, Toronto International Film Festival, Iris Prize and Sundance Film Festival.
The full list of films includes: Happy and Gay. Dir. Loreli Pepi (USA); No Matter Who. Dir. Anne Claire (France); B. Dir. Kai Stanicke (Germany); Silly Girl. Dir. Hope Dickson Leach (UK); Crystal Clear Max Disgrace (UK); Dawn of the Deaf. Dir. Rob Savage (UK); Playing With Balls. Dir. Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir (Iceland); Enjoy The Drama. Dir. Lud Mônaco (Canada/Brazil); Plunge. Dir. Kate Lefoe (Australia); Actresses. Dir. Jeremy Hersh (USA); and Battalion To My Beat. Dir Elmi Imanishi (Algeria).
Check out a clip from the film below.
Girls On Film 2: Before Dawn is released on DVD on 24 July by Peccadillo Pictures.