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Saltmark by Robin Haig

Saltmark by Robin Haig

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A short film about love, courage and growing up.

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When teenage girl is forced to visit her grandfather she must make a stark choice: his dignity or her own?

  • Rowan

    Kirsty Mackay
  • Grandfather

    James Martin
  • Girl 1

    Nicole Perry
  • Girl 2

    Elaine McNicol
  • Girl 3

    Kimberley Neill
  • Chip Shop Man

    Andy Townsend
Funded By

UK Film Council and Scottish Screen, commissioned part of the ShortCuts Short Film Scheme.

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Festivals & Screenings

Encounters Short Film Festival , Bristol, UK, 2008

Dresden International Short Film Festival, Dresden, Germany, 2008

International Short Film Festival Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, 2009

Edinburgh International Film Festival, Edinburgh, UK, 2009

Nominated Best Newcomer, Rushes Soho Shorts Film Festival, London, UK, 2009

Glasgow Film Theatre, Glasgow, UK, 2009

Selected for European Competition, Vendome Film Festival, France, 2009

Kalpanirjhar International Short Fiction Film Festival, Calcutta, India, 2009

KUKI International Short Film Festival , Berlin, Germany, 2009


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1 comments posted.

  • Dec 15, 2009

    alan leach

    It did exactly what it said on the tin. A clever development from distant attachment through kindness and finally ending with real empathy linking the generations.

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