By Indiewire | Indiewire May 28, 2012 at 9:30AM
Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.
In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.
"Days of Gray"
A timeless tale of a young boy & girl's otherworldly adventures. A modern day fantastical silent film, scored by Hjaltalín!
"Days of Gray" is a timeless tale set to an original score by Icelandic band Hjaltalín. A boy journeys away from his family's strange yet tradition-bound home to the far side of a forbidden boundary. There, a girl leads him through an even stranger place of distortions and mutations. It is a world naturalistic yet awry, inviting yet fearsome, epic in darkness and in hope.
Together, the boy and girl discover a world that is theirs and, in the process, who they might be.
Director: Ani Simon-Kennedy
Producer: Alice Bloch
Associate Producer (Iceland): Rebekka Bryndís Björnsdóttir
Associate Producer (France): Laure Chichmanov
Cinematographer: Cailin Yatsko
Screenwriter: Hrafn Jonssón
Production Designer: Nell Tivnan
Costume Designers: Théodora Blumkine & Christian Kierulf Praksti
About the Production:
"We're making this film to reconnect with the sacred and delightful side of old-time movies, and create a real event. "Days of Gray" is being filmed completely silent, then Hjaltalín will create an original score for the film, and in true hommage to silent cinema tradition, Hjaltalín will perform the score live!
"We want to create a truly magical experience, a timeless tale, a real movie like people don't make anymore that will transcend day-to-day life and make people dream." -- Ani Simon-Kennedy
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