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That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore

That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore

Hannah Currie
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Synopsis

When Paul suffers a massive brain injury the long-lasting effects are bizarre and frustrating, leaving him caught in a perpetual loop of joke-telling. Paul’s wife Lindsay is left to pick up the pieces, shouldering all the responsibilities within the household.

Festivals and awards

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2019
DOC NYC 2019
Leeds International Film Festival 2019
Cucalorous Film Festival 2019
Inverness Film Festival 2019
BAFTA Scotland – Best Short Film
Docfeed Einhoven 2020
British Shorts Berlin 2020
Glasgow Short Film Festival 2020
Salem Film Festival 2020
VERA Film Festival 2020
Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2020
San Francisco Film Festival 2020
Hot Docs Canada 2020
This is England Film Festival 2020

Hannah Currie

Hannah Currie is a BAFTA-winning filmmaker from Glasgow, Scotland. With a background in journalism and production, she trained in documentary directing at the Goldsmiths University of London, achieving Masters with Distinction. Her graduation film We Are All Here received multiple awards and nominations and went on to be commissioned by BBC, developed into a half-hour programme titled Lumo: Too Young To Die. Her second film That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore premiered worldwide at the prestigious Edinburgh International Film Festival, and internationally at DOC NYC. When not making films, Hannah is a passionate campaigner for mental health awareness.

FILMOGRAFÍA:

That Joke Is not Funny Anymore
We Are All Here

Production: Flore Cosquer, Beth Allan
Script: Douglas Flockhart, Blair Young
Direction: Hannah Currie
Cinematography: Hannah Currie
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