A chance encounter with a physics professor and a tragic event spur Stephen’s lifelong desire to understand and manipulate time. This recently produced independent film, set in 1920s England, explores love, longing and time travel.
"Dimensions" was voted Best Film 2012 at the 37th Boston Science Fiction Film Festival. It was awarded the Gort Award and went on to win Best Film at the London Independent Film Festival, Best Film at the Long Island International Film Expo and Best Film at The Semana internacional de cine fantastico in Spain.
Join Director Sloane U’Ren and scriptwriter Ant Neely for a post-film discussion, led by David A. Kirby.
Sloane U'Ren (Director/Producer) is an award-winning British-American Director and Art Director based in the UK. In 2012, she made her directorial debut with the multi-award winning feature film "Dimensions" and was awarded Best Director at the Long Island International Film Expo.
Sloan's art department credits include "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince", "Batman Begins", "Being John Malkovich" and "Six Feet Under", to name a few.
Ant Neely (Writer/Producer/Music Composer) produced, wrote the screenplay for and scored the feature film "Dimensions". Ant is an all-round creative with his main focus being writing and music composition. He currently has two television pilot scripts making the rounds in Los Angeles and has written several feature film scripts.
Ant's music can be heard on shows such as "Six Feet Under", "Boston Legal" and "Samantha Who", and he composed orchestral scores for three seasons of the popular Dutch television show "Sprookjesboom". He has been called "a creative and progressively thinking artist" by Keyboard Magazine in the U.S. and likes to carry that ethos throughout all of his artistic endeavours.
David A. Kirby was an evolutionary geneticist whose work appeared in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences before leaving bench science to study the interactions among science, media and cultural meanings. he has explored the collaboration between scientists and the entertainment industry in his book "Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists and Cinema".
Don't miss this special screening, in a pop-up HD cinema in MOSI's 1830 Warehouse.
Dimensions teaser/trailer from Ant Neely on Vimeo.