Green – Winner of Sundance film festival 2019

Published on November 21, 2019

Green is the award-winner at Sundance film festival 2019. Green, by Suzanne Andrews Correa and Mustafa Kaymak, is based on the system of America’s immigration.

The opening scenes of the film starts with a group of men in an apartment staring out at the window, where they observe a police officer. Is she there after them? Are these men out for a conspiracy? Watch to get indulged into the subject, Samet ( or “Green”), a Turkish NYC cab driver and other fellow immigrants going through a journey with a mix of drama and tragedy.

The film also got the following Awards:

  • Sundance Film Festival ’19 /
  • Best US Fiction Palm Spring International ShortsFest ’19
  • Bridging Borders Award Caucus Foundation ’18
  • Annenberg Foundation Award 24FPS ’19
  • Horizon Award and Special Jury Award Tide Film Festival ’18
  • Benjamin & Young Best Film Award!

Credits:

Director ​​: Suzanne Andrews Correa ​​​

Writers ​​​​: Suzanne Andrews Correa ​​​​​​& Mustafa Kaymak ​​​

Producers ​​: Mustafa Kaymak & Michael Peters

 

Source: https://www.shortoftheweek.com/2019/11/15/green/

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