Pardon the Intrusion
Officially selected by 14 international film festivals and winning four Best Short Film Awards, Pardon the Intrusion was our flagship first. Directed by the talented Louise Galicia, it's a film exploring age, personal courage and interconnection.
Housebound Betty Wallis receives her basic needs through carers, who visit briefly each morning and night. Soon however, Betty finds she is not alone, as an intruder inhabits her home.
Commissioned to write a short film for the talented Director Tobias Brebner, The Path has officially been selected by six international film festivals. This daube film was experimental in its approach but delivers a visually stunning piece, complimented by its use poetry.
A moment caught between paths where divisions and decisions are made. To keep the one you love, or purse a personal dream?
The Bereavement Contract
Currently in post-production, The Bereavement Contract is Adrift Pictures first independent film, pulling together a small crew to refine our skills as film makers.
The unthinkable. News of a loved one lost. You grieve, and mourn, and hear an unexpected knock at the door. Two strangers, offering reconciliation. To remove the mystery, the fear of death. To choose exactly how you will die. A Bereavement Contract. Upset, you disbelieve. Angry, you seek revenge. Misguided, you sign.
Skin Deep marks the arrival of Adrift Pictures as a company to the festival circuit and our most ambitious project to date. Employing the help of talented Director Tim Willrich, Skin Deep marks the tone and quality this company has to offer. Having premiered in Nashville, Skin Deep has featured in multiple festivals.
Obsessed by appearance, a woman applies mysterious cream to help reignite her stagnant marriage. But when her skin peels away, her obsession soon turns his fantasy into a nightmare.