A worker in an underground station grows tired of the isolation and the monotony of his single task: cleaning off the dust that builds up on a solar panel. Unaware of what the panel powers, he does his work without question in order to avoid punishment. A workplace accident, however, leads to freedom and the answers to all his questions.
- Duration: 9 Min.
- Film School: GFS, Griffith Film School
WARM COMEDY ABOUT DEPRESSION, MADNESS AND UNFULFILLED DREAMS
WITH ALL THE WILL IN THE WORLD
PORTRAIT OF MY FAMILY IN MY 13TH YEAR
HOUNDS OF LOVE
Screenplay: Brodie Stephenson
Film Editor: Brodie Stephenson
Composer: Triune Films LLC
Sound: Brodie Stephenson
Producer: Brodie Stephenson
Director: Brodie Stephenson
Brodie Stephenson is a Griffith University honors graduate. The director and sole creator of FIFTY-TWO’s story and visuals, Stephenson holds a high appreciation for stop-motion and practical visual effects in film. Realizing the growing impracticality of these techniques as compared to computer-generated effects, he aims to implement hybrid digital solutions that maintain the desired aesthetic.