Robert Brown, Lecturer in Film and Creative Production at Bath Spa University, will see his film 'Silent Things’ broadcast on BBC HD on Sat 11 February at 23:30.
‘Silent Things’ is a short film about an autistic man and woman who undergo an extraordinary test of character and friendship. The cast of this character driven drama includes Georgia Groome (star of London to Brighton) Antonia Campbell Hughes (Jane Campion’s Bright Star) and Andrew Scott (2005 Olivier Award Winner, Band of Brothers).
'Silent Things' received its international premiere at the 40th International Film Festival Rotterdam, winning the IFFR New Arrivals award. The UK premiere was at the 18th Raindance Film Festival.
Rob Brown is an award winning writer/director whose nominations include 'European Competition' at Brest European Short Film Festival, 'Best Newcomer' at Rushes Soho Shorts and the BBC New Filmmakers Award.
Catch ‘Silent Things’ on BBC HD on Sat 11 February at 23:30 or BBC iPlayer shortly afterwards.