What happens when the dream of owning your own boat turns into the albatross around your neck? Well, Boat Dreams portrays three characters whose DIY projects have got out of control. Since they are unable or unwilling to afford a boat that works, they spend their leisure time out in the countryside on boats in varying degrees of disrepair. A place for dreaming with no destination necessary, perhaps?
Awards for ›Boat Dreams‹
Best International Short, Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Film Festival 2010
Film Programme Urban Landscapes
Sasha Andrews‘s themes are character-driven factual stories, in which subcultures comment on universal human issues in unexpected ways. Clare‘s Greenhouse, for example, is a documentary about a recycled plastic bottle greenhouse while See Sea is a silent film about the traditional Christmas Day sea swim off Brighton beach in South England. Her documentary film Sound Waves has been screened at numerous international film festivals and picked up the Best Short Film Award at SCinema, the Australian Science Film Festival.
Films by Sasha Andrews
Clare‘s Greenhouse 2009 | See Sea 2009 | Sound Waves 2008 | H2O 2008 | Liveaboard 2007 | The Jimma – Nottingham Link 2007