Feels Like Drowning going to Cannes

04/06/2008 9:54 AM by

Feels Like Drowning (previously), a short film by Church Hill resident Lucas Krost, will be going to the Cannes Film Festival. [via]

Feels Like Drowning tells of a couple, played by Jackie Lamptey and Tyhm Kennedy returning from an airport and heading to a hotel, interspersed with scenes of an Arabic prisoner (Shahan Jafri) being waterboarded. It was written by local authors David Robbins, Dean King, Jim Daab, Hector Stockton and Krost, and former Richmonder Charles Slack.

The short film will be shown at the festival in France with about 10 others from around the world. Krost, who is producing and creating the visual effects for the locally filmed movie “Border Town,” will be at the screening and a reception, and hopes to catch some of the other featured movies at the festival.



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