Submissions for 2020 Now Open
Submission call for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 now open!
Mark, a 60-year-old fledgling storm chaser who was recently diagnosed with lung cancer, sets out across the Midwest with his friend's nephew to search for a twister before the two- month season comes to an end.
Liam Saint-Pierre was born in Blackburn, England, His background was in stills photography and as a documentary camera operator, where he worked with the likes of Shane Meadows at Warp Films. With a desire to tell stories, his path naturally led to directing. Initially this was in documentaries, but a focus on narrative has also been translated into music videos, short films and commercial work. His films have won awards at a number of festivals, including best short documentary at Berlin, Barcelona, New York and Leeds International Film Festivals. They have been screened at over 100 international film festivals, including Raindance, Sheffield Docfest, DOC NYC, and many more.
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