Coronantine (2020)

A journey into the black heart of an empty town where life is a disturbing existence.

Completed On: 13 May, 2020

Duration: 14 min 0 sec

Genres: Experimental, Fiction, Short

Country: Portugal

Director: Bruno Miguel Resende

Submitted By: Bruno Resende

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A journey into the black heart of an empty town where life is a disturbing existence.
  • Directors
    Bruno Miguel Resende
  • Producer
    Bruno Miguel Resende
  • Writers
    Bruno Miguel Resende
  • Film Type
    Experimental, Fiction, Short
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  • Runtime
    14 minutes 0 seconds
  • Completion Date
    13 May, 2020
  • Production Budget
    500 USD
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  • Student Project
  • First-time Filmmaker

Director's Biography

Born in Porto, Portugal, 1981. Actor, director, writer, performer. First work at the theaters with the play "Elogios da Embriaguez", adapting Alfred Jarry, Charles Baudelaire, Mahmud Shabistari and Omar Khayyam, 2011. As a performer founded "Teatro Psicomórfico" with "a. m. e. n." in a manifestation at Porto. With 6 books till now from poetry to theater and director of "Terapia do Bandido", 2012, also performs in historical reenactments, snake enchanting, fire shows and faquirismo.

3 Reviews
  • a very very different perspective of filmmaker who show his craft with this mind blowing film .

    19 Jun, 2020

    Anku Parashar
    Response from Project Creater:

    Thank you for your review. It's more the emptiness of a big city during Quarantine that blowed the filmmaker mind!

    19 Jun, 2020
  • This topic draws attention,am sure our audience would enjoy watching this.

    05 Jun, 2020

  • Very appropriate considering the scary times we live in. Thanks for shedding light on this issue!

    30 May, 2020

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