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CREW

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY – Ed Moore
HAIR, MAKEUP and COSTUME DESIGNER – Sally Whelan
ORIGINAL MUSIC – Alex Wallace
SOUND DESIGNER – Andrew Jones
POST PRODUCTION – Oliver Milburn
PRODUCTION DESINGER – James Walker

GAFFER – Freddie Bonfanti
FIRST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – Delmi Thomas
FOCUS PULLER – Jason Cuddy
PRODUCTION MANAGER – Janka Neustopova
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT – Alex Nash
CAMERA ASSISTANT – Will Wilkinson
PRODUCTION RUNNER – Gareth Jones 
LOCATION SOUND RECORDIST – Pietro Giordano
DRONE OPERATOR – James Bailey

CAST

ROBERT EMMS

Robert Emms is a British actor named by Screen International as a ‘Star of Tomorrow.’ He is best known domestically for prominent roles in British TV series such as Happy Valley, Atlantis and The Living and the Dead. In film he has featured in War Horse, after being spotted by Spielberg in the National Theatre production, as well as The Arbor, Anonymous, Mirror Mirror and Kick Ass 2.

 

SARAH PARISH

Sarah Parish is an English actress, best known for her work on television series including: W1A, The Pillars of the Earth, Peak Practice, Hearts and Bones, Cutting It, Doctor Who, Mistresses, Merlin, the BBC TV series Atlantis and the ITV medical drama, Monroe.

OLIVER MILBURN – DIRECTOR


Immediately after graduating Bournemouth University in 2009 with a directing MA, Oliver made his first feature film as writer/director, The Harsh Light of Day. Since then he was directed a number of award winning short films including 2011’s Speechless, music videos, commercials and documentaries, as well as consistently writing and developing new projects.

He has also been a documentary cameraman, cinematographer, 1st AD, a visual effects artist, producer, editor and screenwriter in both film and TV.

He brings this wealth of technical skills to his own filmmaking. Aside from Dunroamin, his most recent projects producing TV pilot TEDDY 2K, currently in development at Baby Cow Prodcutions, and working as 2nd Unit Director on the forthcoming Netflix/E4 series Crazyhead.

 

DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT

The film was really made around the actors. I had worked with them on the BBC fantasy series Atlantis and they both really stood out to me as great talents. Having worked in horror, science fiction and fantasy a lot, I had long wanted to make a more character-driven drama piece, to really focus on performance with.

So we have Dunroamin – a story of surface simplicity with a dirty, complicated underbelly. To say much beyond that is to give too much away, in fact, to even hint at hinted things is possibly too much. The film is best watched completely cold, with no expectations or preconceptions.

In fact, that’s how I see our role in the film – it plays out pretty much in real time, and I always wanted it to feel as though we, the audience, drop in on this odd situation with no knowledge over the characters. We discover who they are as they discover who each other are…

And while the explanations are definitely there if you pay attention, a few people have been left none the wiser even at the end. I’m OK with that – like life, we can’t always get a full picture of a situation, and sometimes a feeling is more important.

 

Director Q & A:

1. What gave you the idea for Dunroamin?

There’s some biographical stuff in there, in the resolution at least. But it was mostly a desire to work with those two actors. I’d worked with them in TV, and felt that I might be able to snag them for a short with the right script. So I set about writing a story that meant something to me – that I felt I could tell – but one that would also give them both a chance to flex their dramatic muscles.

2. Where did you film?

Dorset. Good locations are expensive, I didn’t have a lot of money to make the film, and I wanted to make sure that what I did have went on equipment and talented people. So I knew it had to be one location really. The house is actually my dad’s place, and knowing I could get access to it was another building block in coming up with the story.

3. What was it like working with Sarah and Rob?

Great! Just great. They give 110%, and don’t require as much tea as some actors. The roles were pretty much written for them, so I knew they could do it, and working with them was just a case of my being clear enough. They both have such filmable faces, and Dunroamin is all about that – there’s no spaceships or explosions to distract, so those face have to hold your attention and tell a story.

SYNOPSIS

Joanna (Sarah Parish) is selling her country home, Steven (Robert Emms) is a prospective buyer. What should be a simple viewing becomes something else entirely…

A film played out in real time as buyer and seller move from room to room: Steven scrutinizing the house and Joanna scrutinizing him. Neither will find what they’re expecting…

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CAST

Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs
Lead Actress

Montréal native, Jacobs has appeared in the films South of the Moon and Assassin’s Creed: Lineage, and the television series Stephen King’s Dead Zone, Being Human and Mohawk Girls. In 2013 she played the lead character in Rhymes for Young Ghouls which premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. For her work in the film Jacobs was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Actress in a leading role.

Heath McGough
Supporting Actor

McGough is an actor, writer, and comedian who resides in Los Angeles, California. Heath grew up in Oklahoma as a trouble making preacher’s kid. Heath’s credits include guest appearances on TV shows such as Criminal Minds, The Last Ship, Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life, and Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers. You will soon see him on the big screen in the upcoming movie “Please Stand By” alongside star Dakota Fanning, as well as the soon to be released Lake Bell film “What’s the Point”.

Craig L. Falcon
Supporting Actor, Blackfeet Cultural Consultant

Falcon is a member of the Blackfeet Nation tribe. He was the Native American cultural consultant on The Revenant before his debut as an actor on Running Eagle, also serving as an advisor.

Michael Campasano
Supporting Actor, Set Medic

Campasano was born in Germany and currently lives in Montana. After a successful career as a professional firefighter and paramedic, he is now following his thirst for adventure and passion to keep people out of harm as a film and television Safety Advisor/Set Paramedic. This is Campasano’s debut as an actor.

Konrad Thọ Fiedler
Writer, Producer, Director, Editor

Fiedler is a new filmmaker currently developing a feature film adaptation of the novel Dakota by Gwen Florio. Running Eagle is his first short film as a director. He is an American Film Institute Conservatory trained cinematographer. Prior to AFI, Konrad was a staff photographer for The New York Sun newspaper and his news and documentary client list includes: The History Channel, Vice, The New York Times, Marie Claire, Bloomberg News, Getty Images. Photographs from the crisis in Darfur are in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress.

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