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Lost Face Press Kit

Producer’s Statement

It’s rare that a great story, which has the perfect elements to make a powerful, worthy and entertaining short film, comes your way. Lost Face, based on the Jack London classic short story and adapted by highly awarded director cameraman Sean Meehan, is one of those projects.

In a time where it seems almost mandatory that characters in film must possess super powers and the fate of the entire world hangs in the balance, it’s refreshing to tell a simple human story where the personal stakes are high enough to have us hanging on every word, look and gesture. The wonderful thing about Jack London’s story is that the world beyond the events we see playing out is entirely tangible. This story feels like part of a feature film, yet it remains self-contained enough that it doesn’t feel lacking in the end. The story is visceral and honest. It feels like we’ve dropped in on a real time and place, at a moment of high tension, where characters have everything to lose or gain and the seat of power shifts from moment to moment.

But although this is a film based in reality, it transports us to a place and time long gone, and just like real life it is at times confronting, thought provoking, funny and unexpected, which makes it a perfect story for a modern audience. I sincerely enjoyed spending some time with the indigenous people and fur thieves of the mid 1800’s and I’m proud to be a part of this short film.

Sam McGarry.

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