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Hide Your Smiling Faces (2013)
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Director:Daniel Patrick Carbone Producer:Matthew Petock, Zach Shedd, Daniel Patrick Carbone, Jordan Bailey-Hoover

Director of Photography:Nick Bentgen Production Designer:Charlotte Royer Editor:Daniel Patrick Carbone
Original Score
:Robert Donne Running time:
81 min  Country:USA Language:English Genre:Drama   

Subtitle:English/  Starring:Ryan Jones ... Tommy, Nathan Varnson ... Eric, Colm O''Leary ... Ian''s Father,
Thomas Cruz ... Tristan
, Christina Starbuck ... Mother, Chris Kies Chris Kies ... Father,
Andrew M. Chamberlain ... Blake
, Clark Middleton ... Religious Man, Ivan Tomic ... Ian

 

 

 


หนังตัวอย่าง:


รางวัล:8 wins & 4 nominations.

 

 

BendFilm Festival 2013

Won
Best Cinematography
Nick Bentgen 
Won
Best Directing
Daniel Patrick Carbone 
Won
Best of Show
 
 

British Film Institute Awards 2013

Nominated
Sutherland Trophy
Daniel Patrick Carbone 
 

Chicago International Film Festival 2013

Nominated
Audience Choice Award
Daniel Patrick Carbone 
 

Denver International Film Festival 2013

Won
New Directors Award
Daniel Patrick Carbone 
 

Heartland Film Festival 2013

Won
Grand Prize
Narrative Feature
Won
Grand Prize for Dramatic Feature
Dramatic Feature
Daniel Patrick Carbone 
 

National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA 2014

Won
NSFC Award
Best Film Still Awaiting American Distribution
Daniel Patrick Carbone 
 

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2013

Nominated
Best North American Independent Film
Daniel Patrick Carbone 
 

Tribeca Film Festival 2013

Nominated
Best Narrative Feature
Daniel Patrick Carbone 
 

Valladolid International Film Festival 2013

Won
Youth Jury Award
Meeting Point Section
Daniel Patrick Carbone 
 
 

An atmospheric exploration of life and death in rural America, as seen through the distorted lens of youth.

Hide Your Smiling Faces vividly depicts the young lives of two brothers as they abruptly come of age through the experience of a friends mysterious death. The event ripples under the surface of their town, unsettling the brothers and their friends in a way that they cant fully understand. Once familiar interactions begin to take on a macabre tone in light of the tragic accident, leading Eric and Tommy to retreat into their wild surroundings. As the two brothers vocally face the questions they have about mortality, they simultaneously hold their own silent debates within their minds that build into seemingly insurmountable moral peaks. Hide Your Smiling Faces is a true, headlong glimpse into the raw spirit of youth, as well as the calluses that one often develops as a result of an unfiltered past.

Official Selection
2013 Berlin International Film Festival
2013 Tribeca Film Festival, World Narrative Competition
2013 BFI London Film Festival, First Feature Competition

Awards
2013 National Society of Film Critics - Best Undistributed Film
2013 Starz Denver Film Festival - New Directors Award
2013 SEMINCI, Valladolid International Film Festival - Best Feature, Youth Jury
2013 Heartland Film Festival - Grand Prize, Narrative
2013 Bend Film Festival - Best of Show, Best Narrative Feature, Best Director, Best Cinematography


 





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