frequently asked questions

What is the movie about?
Disparity is about four interconnected relationships in which the level of attraction is not mutual. It is an improvisational film with a different director for each of its four major scenes. The directors will work with the cast during rehearsals to create the dialog and action in each scene. The 15 minute short will be shot on Digital Video.

Who is making the movie?
Disparity is being produced by a team of full-time film production students at the Seattle Film Institute, the largest film program in the Northwest. Each student on the team has already produced at least five short films to date. The team of nine comprises Bryan H. Bell (Writer/Director Scenes 1, 2, and 6), Dan Wagner (Director Scene 3), Troy Anderson (Director Scene 4/Gaffer), Omri Alon (Director Scene 5/Gaffer), Chris Machowski (Assistant Director), Cameron Hanson (Director of Photography), Chris Allen (Assistant Camera), Jonah Gruber (Mixer/Sound Editor), and David Pickar (Editor/Script Supervisor). The film stars Anna Henare as Kate, Boyd Morrison as Paul, Trina Harris as Anne, and Ulric Dihle as Colin.

When is the movie shooting?
We will be shooting over 3 weekends: November 13-14, 20-21, and December 4-5.

Where is the movie being shot?
We are still determining the locations.

When will the movie be completed?
The film should be completed in December.

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