KEEP BREATHING (2019)
Film Festival Screenings
Underwire Festival, 18 September 2019 (premiere)
BFI London Film Festival, 4 & 6 October 2019
Keep Breathing is a crowd funded UK short film which aims to “explore the nuances around Sexual Consent and encourage a much-needed discussion” in light of the #MeToo movement. It will premiere 18 September 2019 at the Underwire Festival, London UK and has been officially selected for the BFI London Film Festival 2019.
Damien will appear in the two-hander film alongside Emmeline Hartley (co-writer and producer).
Trapped in a lift, a man and woman are forced to confront each other about the night they first met.
A woman faces her worst nightmare when she finds herself trapped in a lift with a man, who, without her consent, pressured her into having sex with him a few weeks before. But he remembers that night very differently, and is shocked to discover what she thinks happened.
It’s the first time they’ve seen each other since and an emotional argument ensues. Will he take responsibility for his actions? Will she be able to use this encounter to finally move on?
Writers: Mark Corden, Tommy Draper, Emmeline Hartley
Director: Mark Corden
Producers: Emmeline Hartley, Owen Tooth
Cinematographer: Beatriz Delgado Mena
Directed by Mark Corden
Starring Damien Molony and Emmeline Hartley
Edited by Drew Taylour-Davis
Colour by Chris Shaw
Sound by Alex Stroud
VFX by Dominic Stables
Keep Breathing News
12 March 2019: ‘KEEP BREATHING’: Damien to appear in new short film