The Green Woman

Director: Kestra Nebula

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The universe is full of weird and wonderful things – but Rommy’s life isn’t one of them.
His writing career has failed to launch, his relationship with his girlfriend Mary is dying around him, and a life of cynicism and disappointment has led to alcohol dependency – not to mention the strange cop keeping tabs on him. When Rommy (Dean Kirkright) begins to suspect that Mary (Lauren Gregory) is having an affair, something snaps.


That’s when a mysterious houseguest, calling herself “The Green Woman” (Christine Husband) begins to appear. Fascinating, beautiful, and fun: she is everything Rommy is missing in life, and all she asks in return for her attention is for Rommy to do exactly as she asks.


The tasks start small, and Rommy is ensnared by his new enigmatic friend, but as his bond with the Green Woman deepens, and as the distance between he and Mary grows, her requests get stranger and stranger… What is she up to? Where did she come from? Why has she chosen Rommy?
Who is The Green Woman?

Cast
Crew
Producer: Dia Taylor & Kestra Nebula
Cinematographer: Mark Kenfield 
Composer: Christopher McLoud 
Editor: David Milkins
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I chose to direct this film as I wanted to create an exploration of the dark places our minds go while twisted by loneliness and loss. Having experienced some harsh troubles myself I wanted the audience to explore what it could be like if a person fully embraced their pain and what could happen when the most unlikely and unusual of things, a green woman's arrival, could do to a person's psyche. I shot this film on a very tight schedule as to give the very visual effect on the main actor and to allow his physical state to truly reflect the protagonist’s mind. I wanted the audience to truly get a feel in their core about what a long term mental illness can be like to a person cut off from their world. To do this I focused on the everyday and turned it into a symbol for his own prison.

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Awards & Selections

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Best International Feature Film

June 2022

Tamizhagam International Film Festival

Best Feature Film Director

June 2022

Tamizhagam International Film Festival

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Honerable Mention Award

August, 2022 

Neelshal Film festival

Best Debut Feature Film

August 2022 

Athvikvaruni International Film Festival

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Official Selection

July 2022

Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival

Best Producer

August 2022 

Athvikvaruni International Film Festival

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Best First Time Feature Film

September, 2022

Boden International Film Festival

Best Feature Film

September, 2022

Fantasy/Sci-Fi Film & Screenplay Festival

Nominated 

Best Actress In A Feature Film 

Christine Husband

August, 2022

Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival

Nominated 

Best Actor In A Feature Film 

Dean Kirkright

August, 2022

Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival

Best Sci-Fi Long Feature

October, 2022

Vancouver Independent Film Festival

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