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WATER VESSEL

Objects of the past … what horrors can they dredge up? A mundane thing, a jar, can quickly become a receptacle for the pain of an incurable childhood wound.

Water Vessel reflects on the impossibility of ever bridging the chasm between a lost past and an unclaimable future.

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“Pushing boundaries and engaging audiences with a progressive style of storytelling. It’s a complex, yet familiar journey with a finish that feels like home.”

Eseel Borlasa, Senior Publicist at David Magdael & Associates

 

(Winner: The Indie Fest 2013 – Award of Merit (Asian American), Nominee: Campfire Film Festival 2014 – Best Art, Literacy and Media Film; Official Selection – LA Asian Pacific FIlm Festival 2014)

 

Title Graphic Compressed Boy on Train Compressed Puppets  - Orang Bunyan Full Stage Compressed Grandma Alive Compressed Water Poured on Grave Compressed Boy Peeping Compressed Boy and Dead Grandma Compressed Death Prep Compressed Ornaments on Shelf Compressed Boy Feet on Stool Compressed Boy Grabs Toy Compressed Baby Cot and Chair Compressed Puppets  - Chanting Compressed

 

Writer/ Director
Iqbal Barkat

Producer
Natalie Oliver
Iqbal Barkat
Vincent Tay

Associate Producer
Lawrence Lim

Cinematographer/Editor
Vincent Tay

Assistant Cinematographer
Joel Froome

Composer
Petar Jovanov

Music Supervisor
Bruce Crossman
Ian Stevenson

Music Recordist/Editor
Ian Stevenson

Musician (Percussion)
Claire Edwardes

Musician (Clarinet)
Jason Noble

Sound Editor & Mixer
Matt Lord

Production Designer
Toby Parker

Art Direction
Rhett Nacson
Sako Nishanian

Cast
Paul Cordeiro ... Narrator (voice)
Melissa Giardini ... The Grandmother
Tamihana Kerehona ... The Boy (as Tamihara Reid)
Sako Nishanian
Rosemary Reid
Nina Yong

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