EVERY SIX HOURS
Short Film - Editor/Colourist
Set in a time where the modern world is at the brink of collapse, Every Six Hours is the story of Manya and Sakura. Two Refugees from Russia and Japan respectively, both trying to make it to a better world. On the run and trying to find shelter for the night, Manya enters a shipping container stacked to the brim with boxes, and is finally allowed her moments rest. When she wakes up, she realises two things. That she is not alone, and that her shelter for the night has been moved onto a container ship. Over the following days, Manya and Sakura must not only overcome their language barrier, but also work together if they want to survive.
As if being stowaways at sea wasn't enough, they must also hide from guards searching for any trespassers. After days of working together they manage to gain hope in their dire situation - but for how long will this comfort last?
Every Six Hours was filmed and edited at Falmouth University for an assessed collaboration between BA Film and BA Television. Angus edited and colour graded the film, for which he was awarded 'Outstanding Practice' at the 2018 Bartlett Awards.
Recently, Every Six Hours won the Best Drama category at the 2019 regional RTS Student Awards and has been nominations for the National awards. It is also an Official Selection for the 2019 Fastnet Film Festival.
Every Six Hours is still completing its festival tour and so is currently unavailable for online streaming.
Director - Thomas E. Murphy
Producer - Peter Bruteig Henriksen
Producer - Amy Gillies
Cinematographer - Daniel Simpkins
Editor - Angus Breton
Sound - Laurence Pearson