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stephenkeepmills


I write and direct independent films. Since 2003 I have made 4--a feature and three shorts. Last short LIMINAL is finishing up 2 years on the festival circuit and I'm in development for a new feature/romance/fantasy: A Beautiful Dream. http://www.triskelionent.com
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LIMINAL still alive after 2 years on circuit!

I'm amazed and delighted that my short LIMINAL continues to get selected and receive awards since its debut in October, 2008 in Cancun, Mexico. It screened recently at the Toronto Independent FF and will have screenings at the upcoming Flint FF and Great Lakes International FF. This Saturday, the US Embassy in Uruguay is accepting four awards at the Award Ceremony at Punta del Este FF sponsored by Annual Program Without Frontiers, in the categories of: Best Direction; Best Fiction; Best Actress Performance; Best Art Direction. I'll continue to update LIMINAL's fest-life, though after 90 screenings and 37 awards, I think it's nearly done--BUT another--a feature romance titled: A Beautiful Dream is brewing like a hurricane. Cat 1 so far! Developing...

LIMINAL is a short film about INA and JOY who are naked and locked in a battle of elimination. INA must
reverse the power to survive. Are they lovers or is JOY the
"killer-within"? A simple sweater is the object of fury. Shot in 35mm in
b&w, this 14-minute film will take you below the surface of
civilization into the white-hot world of the psyche. Think it's a dream?

Directed by: Stephen Keep Mills

To find out more about the film go here:

http://www.youtube.com/stephenkeepmills

To see the trailer, click here

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