Peach and Cherry




Two self-proclaimed "Unlovers" who don't give two damns about "L'amour" must find a new definition for their feelings as they drift through the end of summertime in Paris.


Director Biography - Noah LePage

Noah LePage is a young filmmaker from Western Maine currently based in New York City. He is enrolled in his senior year at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts' Film and Television program and will be receiving his Bachelor’s degree with a focus in directing this December. In the past few years Noah has directed award-winning projects in a variety of mediums, from theatre to audio drama to virtual reality, but his favorite mode of expression has always been the short film. In his films, Noah strives for a sense of magical realism, introducing surreal elements into intimate worlds in order to better represent the magic of nature, emotions, and dreams.

His short films have been awarded by a variety of organizations, including New York University, Drury Design, and the Maine Media Workshops. Some of his primary influences include Kelly Reichardt, Andrei Tarkovsky, Antonin Artaud, William Blake, and Apichatpong Weerasethakul.


Credits

  • Noah LePage Director

  • Noah LePage Writer

  • Charlotte Van Kemmel Key Cast

  • Stefan Belhandouz Key Cast

  • Ben Elias Director of Photography

Specifications

  • Project Type: Short, Student

  • Genres: Romance

  • Runtime: 10 minutes

  • Completion Date: July 4, 2017

  • Production Budget: 500 USD

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Country of Filming: France

  • Language: French

  • Shooting Format: Digital

  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: No

  • Student Project: Yes

Awards

  • Bushwick Film Festival Brooklyn, NY United States October 13, 2017 World Premiere Official Selection

  • New Visions & Voices New York, NY United States November 17, 2017 Niklas Kalborg Award

  • CineYouth Festival Chicago, IL United States April 21, 2018 Official Selection













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