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Artificio Conceal

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Artificio Conceal
Directed byAyoub Qanir
Produced by
Written byAyoub Qanir
Starring
  • Simon Armstrong
  • David Bailie
  • Andrew Whipp
  • Stephen McDade
Music byMatthew Wilcock, Aleah Morrison
CinematographyPolly Morgan
Edited bySam Gunn
Production
company
Transient Films
Running time
17 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom, America
LanguageEnglish
Budget$170,000

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Artificio Conceal is a British-American award-winning short film written, directed and produced by Ayoub Qanir and Peter Fraser. Set in London and starring renown late actor David Bailie and Games of Thrones's Simon Armstrong, the short was selected to film festivals worldwide including Cannes Film Festival's Short Film Corner, Edinburgh International Film Festival and Seattle International Film Festival.[1][2][3]

Premise[edit]

The film is based on a treatment written by film writer and director Ayoub Qanir in 2009 and the idea of time as the ultimate tool for control. The plot is driven by the fundamentals of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. Ergo the film's opening line of the film Uncertainty is where God lives has become synonymous with the film's IP.[4]

Cast[edit]

  • David Bailie as Vitruvius
  • Simon Armstrong as Officer Mahler
  • Andrew Whipp as Mr. Green
  • Nick Cornwall as Mr. Wallace
  • Duran Fulton as Officer Hurst
  • Stephen McDade as Gazza
  • Paul Marlon as Twelve

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

Artificio Conceal has an approval rating of 7/10 on IMDb and 5/5 on Goodreads.

References[edit]

  1. "David Bailie joins Artificio Conceal". Unknown parameter |Via= ignored (|via= suggested) (help)
  2. "SIFF Official Selection" (PDF) – via Seattle International Film Festival.
  3. "Artificio Conceal nominated for best short at EIFF" – via Top 10 Films.
  4. "Time to Cannes" – via The Huffington Post.


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