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Once producer Kristin and writer/director Jenny Deller found out they were one of the top 10 semi-finalists in the Netflix Find Your Voice competition, they were tasked with creating the above 3-minute short that reflected the feature in style or theme.
Tasked with shooting a 3-minute short they decided against doing a traditional trailer and shot a stand-alone script called “Save the Future” that we bill as “a companion piece” to the feature length film (and recent Nantucket Film Festival screenplay award winning) Future Weather. If they are selected as the winner of the Netflix contest then they get the funds to shoot the feature.
“Save the Future” Netflix Short description:
In Deller’s 3-minute companion short for the Netflix competition, FUTURE WEATHER’s protagonist reimagines a day in her life as a public service announcement, blurring the lines between family struggles and fear of environmental apocalypse.
Future Weather Feature logline:
Future Weather, is a coming-of-age tale about a 13-year-old environmentalist. Central to the stories of three rural women, is the gifted but lonely Laduree, an aspiring conservationist whose experiments to save the planet from global warming are destroyed when her single mom runs away to find herself.
Check out the film above. It really is a beautiful piece of work!
Help Kristin get to the final phase of the contest by VOTING HERE or voting within the video module above! (voting ends July 5)
Find out why Kristin left her career in Politics and how she got started in entertainment HERE
Other Penn alumni who followed their passion and changed careers HERE
On an environmentally related note, check out all my posts about Penn going green HERE!