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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SHORT NARRATIVE

MISSING

TFF 2005
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE MISSING [TFF 2005]
Samuel is desperately searching for his girlfriend, Jenn, and follows a mysterious trail of her words written on pieces of paper that are left in the oddest of places. As he slowly discovers the story behind her disappearance, Samuel unearths a haunting New York City and comes across something entirely unexpected.
Interests
Thriller
Samuel is desperately searching for his girlfriend, Jenn, and follows a mysterious trail of her words written on pieces of paper that are left in the oddest of places. As he slowly discovers the story behind her disappearance, Samuel unearths a haunting New York City and comes across something entirely unexpected.
Film Information
Year: 2004
Length: 14 minutes
Language: Cantonese
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Special Note

About the Director(s)
Kit Hui is a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate Film Program. Her current feature screenplay, The Untitled Flies Project, was one of only 12 projects selected for the 2004 Script Naked Project Development Workshops funded by the UK Film Council and was also selected for the 2005 Tribeca All Access Connects program. Prior to studying at Columbia, she worked at Killer Films as the post-production assistant on Boys Don’t Cry, and assisted producer Jeff Levy-Hinte at Antidote International Films during the development and production of Wendigo, Laurel Canyon, and Thirteen.

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