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    Smile Feature film callout to expecting mothers - melbourne

    Hey there Bub Hub!

    I am currently working on a feature film by local director Amiel Courtin-Wilson. We are looking for mothers who are due to deliver soon to film a birth for the upcoming film, The Empyrean.



    Amiel is an award winning filmmaker whose films have previously screened at prestigious festivals including Cannes (Cicada), Sundance (Chasing Buddha) and Venice (Hail, Ruin). A recent project of Amiel’s premiered in the Whitney Museum in New York City. This new feature drama, The Empyrean, is a beautifully delicate series of interconnected portraits of young love. The film explores the permeating fear of mortality and its affect on the living, as well as the intensity of human connection and desire.


    The film engages with three powerful elements of the human experience; birth, love and death. The film chronicles the characters coming to terms with the fact that death is inevitable, as the central story revolves around a young woman who discovers she has cancer. As a work of art the film has confronting themes explored with a breathtakingly beautiful visual style. It is a powerful and intense film that will be played in film festivals throughout the world.


    The birth sequence would be used in a poetic visual segment with music and your identity wouldn't be shown in the film. As it is such a personal and sacred space, we would want to ensure that any needs of yours were met in the lead up to and eventual filming. We are acutely aware of the sensitivity of our request, and consider this the beginning of a dialogue with you about how best to make this work.

    If this sounds like it might be up your alley, we'd love to talk to you !



    Please feel free to drop me a line any time on phone (0405 272 729) or email (sarahjofraser@gmail.com).


    Best regards,

    Sarah Fraser



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