Chloe: a short narrative film publicising and investigating climate change

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Abstract

A short 13 minute science fiction short film. Comissioned by the Green Screen initative at Maquarie University NSW. The film investigates and publisises the potential consiquenses of climate change using a non-linear time-travel narrative. It also investigates themes of population control and eugenics.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCine-City Film Festival Brighton
Publication statusPublished - 6 Dec 2014
Eventother - Dukes at Komedia Cinema Brighton, December 2014
Duration: 6 Dec 2014 → …

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© 2014 Phil Connolly

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    Connolly, P. (Author/Creator). (2014). Chloe: a short narrative film publicising and investigating climate change. Digital or Visual Products, Cine-City Film Festival Brighton.