Here at DN we’re big fans of films that avoid spoon feeding an audience needless back story, but instead parachute you into the current narrative crisis and credit you with the intelligence to make sense of your new surroundings. The short drama Jade, is such a film and director Daniel Elliott joins us to discuss how a simple story can be brought to screen in a compelling way.

Jade (2009)

Jade, caught in a dilemma of her own making, struggles to choose the right path. It becomes apparent to her, though, that she may have no choice at all.

I really want the audience to engage with the material and I want the material to kickstart their own intellectual, emotional engines.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *