A narrative short film about when a mother finds her daughter in the park and attempts to reconcile her own past, unstable behavior. It was developed during a short film writing workshop hosted by Wild Meep, and shot with a minimal crew and budget.
At the start of 2019, Wild Meep hosted a series of workshops in which we taught a crash-course on storytelling for the screen. From one of those workshops, we developed the film Pink, a blink and you’ll miss it dramatic monologue about mental health and motherhood.
“It’s surprisingly heartbreaking”
Wild Meep produced, directed, shot, and edited the film for the price of treating the cast & crew to coffee. Shot in one location, with two actors and few extra all-around volunteers, in less than a full day, it’s a showcase of how far one can push their limitations.
Starring: Tamara Richards, Lucy Brownhill