Until the River Runs Red

Sixteen-year-old Chloe is the only daughter of God. Travelling around with her parents, Jack and Kate, she spends her days roaming the secluded countryside searching for the mythical “Red River”. As Chloe’s story unfolds we realize the truth of what brought them there.

  • United Kingdom
  • 2010, 27 min
  • Director: Paul Wright

18.1. 20:30 Svetozor - Small Hall
21.1. 15:30 Svetozor - Small Hall
22.1. 21:00 Svetozor - Grand Hall

Paul Wright

Paul Wright

Paul Wright (1981, Scotland) studied RSAMD in Glasgow where he also made his first short film, Hikikomori (2007). The film won the Best First Film BAFTA, the Best Drama Award of the Royal Television Society and was nominated for the Best Short Film BAFTA. In 2008, he made another short film, Believe, winning the Golden Leopard for the Best Short Film at the 2009 Locarno IFF and the main awards at the both the Winterthur and Leeds film festivals. His short film Photos of God was featured in the 2010 Berlinare competition. His graduation project Until the River Runs Red won the 2011 BAFTA for the Best Short Film, and was awarded a Special Jury Mention at the 2012 Prague Short Films Festival. Paul Wright’s feature film For Those in Peril (2013) won many festival awards and was nominated for BAFTA.