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Between Seconds

Synopsis: 

"Between Seconds" is the story of two musicians who have grown out of sync with their music and ultimately themselves. Adrian, a classically trained pianist, loses the ability to play in sync with his music when thoughts of his ex-girlfriend flood his mind. Alicia, a struggling opera singer, loses her ability to sing in sync when she realizes she can't really grasp her dreams. Both the musicians discover mysterious red envelopes which lead them inside of their clocks and into a surreal clock world. Here they must figure out how to synchronize themselves or they risk never being able to play their music again.

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Runtime: 
21 minutes and 30 seconds
English subtitle: 
No

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"Between Seconds" is the story of two musicians who have grown out of sync with their music and ultimately themselves. Adrian, a classically trained pianist, loses the ability to play in sync with his music when thoughts of his ex-girlfriend flood his mind. Alicia, a struggling opera singer, loses her ability to sing in sync when she realizes she can't really grasp her dreams. Both the musicians discover mysterious red envelopes which lead them inside of their clocks and into a surreal clock world. Here they must figure out how to synchronize themselves or they risk never being able to play their music again.

Screenings / Awards: 

Largo Film Awards: Best Editing

European Cinematography Awards: Best US Film

Los Angeles Independent Film Festival: Best Female Felmmaker

L.A Shorts Awards:  Gold Medal Best Film

Indieworks NYC: Audience Choice Award

Intarnational Monthly Film Festival: Best Drama and Best Cinematography

 

 

Directed by: 
Nora Jaenicke
Writing credits: 
Nora Jaenicke
Cast: 
Jenny Joslin, Paolo Buffagni, Aurora Heimbach, Edan Jacob Levy
Produced by: 
Nora Jaenicke, Douglas Emerson, Konstantin Adenauer, Stacey Maltin
Cinematography by: 
Jakob Creutzburg
Film Editing by: 
Cal Laird
Art Direction by: 
Elizabeth Elkins
Release Date: 
Saturday, March 4, 2017
Total votes: 526

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