|28.02. / Saturday, 22:00 - 00:00 Theatre 5|
One night on Christian youth camp, six-year-old Cynthia wanders into the woods with an unknown teenager. She wakes up naked, having been sexually assaulted and abandoned during the night. Plagued with guilt and a loss of faith, she reunites with her assailant 17 years later in a chance meeting. Is forgiveness a moral choice or simply her responsibility to God?
Logan Mucha is a Melbourne-based director. He has directed a variety of successful short fiction and documentary films, graduating from the Australian Film, Television and Radio School in 2012. His feature debut documentary, East Bloc Love, explored LGBT rights across Eastern Europe. It was screened at numerous international festivals and won Best Documentary at the Merlinka Film Festival, Belgrade. He has worked with award-winning production company @Radical.Media on their documentaries. He currently works as a creative director for multi-disciplinary production company, The Sweet Shop.
2013, 6', DCP
The Australian Film, Television & Radio School (AFTRS)
Festivals & Awards:
Human Rights and Arts Film Festival 2014 – Best Australian Short; Human District Film Festival 2014 – Human Time Award; Documentary Edge Film Festival New Zealand 2014; Montenegro Film Festival 2014
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