With The Hidden Gems Collection, even the busiest film & culture fans can get their fix; reclaim your lunch break with five films that can be enjoyed back-to-back in under an hour or a nine-minute movie to optimise your coffee break.
StagePlayer+ and a number of award-winning independent film producers have collaborated to showcase an exciting array of short films with the launch of StagePlayer+’s Hidden Gems Collection, highlighting up and coming Directors and selected film festival content previously unavailable to film & culture fans.
The Hidden Gems film collection features titles including:
Cerberus – 12 minutes – Directed by Remy Bazerque & starring James McGregor & Tom Ripley
Two brothers torment each other in a scenario they can’t escape. A modern take on mythological eternal punishments
Void & Method – 13 minutes – Directed by Remy Bazerque & starring Zoe Telford & Laurent Bateau
Features A dangerous love triangle between a psychotherapist and the split personalities of his patient.
Below The Row -10 minutes – Underneath Savile Row, the home of British bespoke tailoring, work goes on that is seldom seen by those that walk along the street. James, apprentice coatmaker and Paul, his master, encapsulate a life dedicated to craft and precision.
Peaceful Fields – 10 minutes – starring David Robinson
Filmed in the Derbyshire hills over the course of a year, David Robinson walks the fields he has always farmed. A poetic meditation on one man’s heartfelt relationship with nature.
The Happy Warriors -12 minutes – In a beautiful but dangerous landscape, the Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team strives to protect their volunteer ethos as well as those who come to grief on the hills.
The Shot – 9 minutes -Directed by David Schofield & starring Nick Pearse & Mia Vore.
Unlikely companions Graham & Chelsea walk into a bleak wilderness and unearth each others dark side.
Distributing Arts content to over 90 million TV households worldwide, StagePlayer+ offers flexibility and convenience. With no monthly subscription, viewers only pay for the productions they want to watch, helping theatres, production companies and film producers thrive in a post-pandemic world.
How to watch: Via the StagePlayer+ app on Amazon Fire TV or via the browser at http://www.stageplayerplus.com
How to watch: Via the StagePlayer+ app on Amazon Fire TV or via the browser at www.stageplayerplus.com