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Film
Language: 
English
Production country: 
United Kingdom
Running time (In minutes): 
25
Theme: 
Thriller
Category/Format: 
Short films
Student film: 
No
Poster: 
Blank... they will make it happen again.
Production year: 
February, 2009
Film Credits
About the Director: 

Born and raised in Mexico, Cristina Ertze started her career as an animator in
California after graduating from a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Computer Arts and
Animation (1998) from the Savannah College of Art and Design. A successful
internship during her final year, led to an invitation to become head animation
artist and character designer for Harvest Moon Entertainment, where she
developed an animated TV series and illustrated story books based on the
original concept by Steven Sharples. During this time, Cristina also worked for
several clients and studios in the Los Angeles area as a freelance artist and
animator.
In 2001 she moved back to Mexico to become part of one of Latin America’s
largest visual effects studios, Ollin/Studio, in the 3D animation and Visual
Effects team. After nearly five years at Ollin, and having risen to the senior
position in her department, she was awarded two different Scholarships, both
by the British Council and the Mexican ministry of Culture to study a Masters
in Film and TV at Edinburgh College of Art. She graduated top in her class
and is now dedicated full-time to establishing and developing BitterBlue, an
independent production company co-founded with producer Robin McAlpine.

Film director: 
Cristina Ertze
Producer: 
Robin McAlpine
About the Producer: 
Robin McAlpine graduated from Glasgow University to work as a journalist. He then moved to London to become Press Officer to George Robertson, then Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland and leader of the Scottish Labour Party. Returning to Scotland to work in policy development, Robin has now been employed as Public Affairs Manager for Universities Scotland for eight years. Universities Scotland is the representative body of the higher education sector in Scotland and he has responsibility for campaign development, media relations, lobbying, external relations and strategy. Robin is also the Editor of the Scottish Left Review, Scotland’s leading left-ofcentre political magazine. In 2004 he set up the Scottish Left Review Press, a publishing arm of the Scottish Left Review. SLR Press’ fifth book will be published this year.
Screenplay: 
Robin McAlpine
Editing: 
Cristina Ertze
Film photographer: 
Alicja Pahl
Sound: 
Nessa Johnston
Music: 
Julien Pearly
Art Director: 
Catriona Ruth Patterson
Cast 1: 
Michael Mackenzie
Cast 2: 
Douglas Russell
Cast 3: 
Romana Abercromby
Cast 4: 
John Teasdale
Film synopsis: 
Four people awake in a derelict house with no memory of who they are or why they are there. All they know is that tonight, when they fall asleep they will forget everything again, so they have only a few hours to find out something – anything – about what or who is doing this to them. As they journey through a desolate, abandoned landscape they come to realise that this may all have happened before. And that they may be their own enemies. Blank is a existential, psychological thriller which explores the cycle of violence and retribution which comes from the failure to remember the lessons of the past. The film is inspired by Milan Kundera’s quote “the struggle of freedom against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting”. A post-apocalyptic thriller about suspicion, mistrust and fear which leads to a shocking conclusion, the film is a political parable of the dangers of forgetting lessons and repeating mistakes.
Budget
Budget Range: 
Under $10 000
Actual Budget: 
£5000
Technical infos
Technical infos
Original Film Format: 
HD
Format Ratio: 
Scope
Film Sound: 
5.1
Video master available ?: 
Yes
Video Type: 
DVCPro HD, MiniDV, HD
Festival Selection, Awards...
Festival selection, awards or citation already received and other comments... :
Already selected in a Festival?: 
No
Film distribution
Sales/distribution name: 
Robin McAlpine
Address: 
46 High Street, Biggar, ML12 6BJ, Scotland, UK
Publicity Infos
Publicity contact: 
Robin McAlpine
publicity address: 
46 High Street, Biggar, ML12 6BJ, Scotland, UK
Publicity contact email: 
Trailer availble: 
yes
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