On the eve of the liberation of Paris from Nazi occupation during World War Two, Juliet, an American resistance member, risks her life by descending into the underground tunnels of Paris to deliver a secret message. However, a final deadly encounter with a pair of German deserters threatens to destroy the very thing she has been fighting for.
UNE LIBÉRATION: directed by Brian James Crewe, written by Marion Kerr, produced by Hugh Aodh O’Brien & Brian James Crewe, edited by Jamie Cobb, cinematography by George Feucht, music by Darren Fung, costumes by Nancy Fisher, production design by Amelia Brooke, and sound mix by D.J. Lynch.
Best Short Film & Audience Award - First Glance: Los Angeles
Best Director - Snake Alley Festival of Film & Sunscreen Film Festival
Best Narrative Film - Underexposed Film Festival, YC
Best Dramatic Film - I, Filmmaker Film Festival, Marbella, Spain
Emerging Cinematographer Award - International Cinematographers Guild
Excellence Awards for Short Film, Directing, and Editing - The Indie Film Awards
Best Editing, Sound, & Score - First Glance: Philadelphia.
Best Historic Film Platinum Remi - WorldFest Houston