Directed by Hamish Downie
japan | 5 MINS | 2016
After being discovered trying to escape, a woman must survive the night with her abusive girlfriend.
Hamish Downie is an Australian writer/producer and music video director based in Japan.
Notable work includes the music videos for Robyn Loau’s single “Never Let You Down”, and “Everybody’s gotta learn sometime”.
In 2012, he produced the short film, “Prism”, based on the many-worlds theory, which was one of the finalists in the 2012 Quantum Shorts Competition in Singapore.
“An American Piano”, which he wrote and produced was officially selected to screen at the TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) Kids 2015, the BAFTA-qualifying festival Carmarthen Bay Film Festival, Sapporo Short Fest, Festival de Cannes (out of competition), and was invited to play at the Regal Cinema (Australia) in front of Hayao Miyazaki’s swan song “The Wind Rises” to commemorate the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima.