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Dead. Tissue. Love

Run-Time: 9 Minutes & 47 Seconds 

Year: 2017


Dead. Tissue. Love is an aesthetically mesmerising experimental documentary. The film visually combines black and white imagery with infrared style frames. Complimenting the imagery, comes a softly spoken young woman’s reminiscent tale of uncertainty and trepidation around her sexual awakening, shifting through into a voice of defiant self-acceptance.


Writer & Director: Natasha Austin-Green

Producer: Joe Argent

Sound Designer: Joe Crouch

Cinematographer: Brad Graham

Camera Assistant: Tom Stephens

Production Designer: Matty Crawford

Editor: Tom Windsor


Narrator: Afsaneh Dehrouyeh

Life Models: Antonia Purdie, Murron McDermid and Jekatharina Alonikovskaya


SXSW | Ann Arbor Film Festival | London Short Film Festival | The Final Girls: We Are The Weirdos Tour | Encounters Film Festival | Underwire Film Festival | Sitges Film Festival | BFI Future Film | San Sebastian | Bristol Radical Film Festival | Nonplussed Film Festival | AFI Docs | Nòt Film Fest | Sydney Underground Film Festival | Aesthetica Short Film Festival 


2018 | BFI Future Film Festival | Best Experimental Short Award 

2019 | Best Short Documentary Award | Nòt Film Fest 

2019 | Jury Award for Best Documentary Short | Nonplussed Film Festival 


2018 | SXSW | Grand Jury Documentary Short 

2018 | BFI Future Film | Future Lab Award 

2018 | Underwire Film Festival | Directing Award 

Awards Qualification

2018 | British Independent Film Awards | Best British Short Film

2018 | BAFTA | British Short Films

Online Screenings

2019 | Labocine

2019 | Short Of The Week

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