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Kill Off All ages

Fiction | Short
Australia | 15 mins | 2016
English


World Premiere

American Horror Story’s Jamie Brewer, stars as KRUMP-obsessed Sonja, who can’t wait to start her new job in order to get away from her over-bearing sister Emma. Emma’s been running the family while their mother battles cancer and believes that Sonja’s over zealous public KRUMP dancing and ‘gangsta’ manifestations are causing more trouble than what they’re worth. Emma strictly tells Sonja not to miss the 5pm bus to ensure she’s on time at the hospital to visit their mum, however as the day progresses Sonja happens upon a kindred spirit. She spies a Sudanese co-worker KRUMP dancing while he works and chooses to stay back in order to challenge him to a dance battle. When Sonja misses the bus, Emma discovers that the issue she needs to confront has nothing to do with Sonja and everything to do with her own anger over their mother’s cancer.

Director Genevieve Clay-Smith | Producer Erin Black | Screenwriter Genevieve Clay-Smith | Cinematographer Henry Smith | Editor Fiona Strain | Composer Jonny Higgins | Cast Jamie Brewer, Abby Earl, Mandela Mathia

Screens with: A Field Guide to Being a 12 Year Old Girl, Making a Mark, Tama, Brown Lips, A Photo Of Me, Wolfe, Tasty

Tickets

GU Film House Adelaide
Wed 11/10
5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
Making a Mark (105 mins)

Mercury Cinema
Wed 11/10
6:00 PM - 7:16 PM