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Directed by Charlotte Wells
5 minutes
USA. 2017. No Dialogue.
Starring Thea Brooks

On a routine morning, a woman on a crowded New York City subway is sexually assaulted in plain sight.

Screening as part of Shorts Program 2017.

Select Festivals

- 2017 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Special Jury Award for Editing
- 2017 SXSW Film Festival Special Jury recognition for Narrative Shorts
- 2017 Nashville Film Festival

About the Film's Director

Charlotte “Charlie” Wells is a Scottish director living in New York. She is a recent graduate of the MBA/MFA program at NYU where she was a Glucksman Research Fellow and a BAFTA New York and Los Angeles scholar. Her first film Tuesday premiered at Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival in Bristol, U.K. in 2016 and was nominated for two BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards – Best Writer and Best Design (winner). Her second film, Laps, won a Short Film Special Jury Prize for Editing at Sundance Film Festival and Special Jury Recognition for Narrative Shorts at SXSW Film Festival 2017. Charlie's MFA thesis short, Blue Christmas, premiered at TIFF in September 2017 and is on the long list for BIFA 2017 Best British Short Film. Charlie is currently writing her first feature about a young father and his ten-year-old daughter on vacation on a half-built holiday resort in the Mediterranean.


Sat., Dec. 16, 2017 at 9:00 AM
Valley Premiere

Janet Leigh Theatre, Stockton

Director: Charlotte Wells
Producer: Joy Jorgenson
Writer: Charlotte Wells
Cinematographer: Gregory Oke
Editor: Blair McClendon

Permission: Charlotte Wells



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