What Matters is a short film shot in Covid 19 lockdown. It was shot using social distancing, family, neighbours and over 50  actors all over the world.

What Matters

Written & Directed by Katerina Curtis

What Matters is a short film being shot in lockdown. This is a holding page for it and as we create more we will update this. You can also follow the related content on the side bar for some details about how we are making this - with the kinds of restrictions lock down places.

We have been interviewed by BBC and have other media outlets interested in what we are doing. A tiny small project has blossomed into something bigger!

What Matters has resonated with many children and adults universally because it focuses on the youth around the world uniting to send a pivotal message to the governments and the handling of their future. The story takes place in a dystopian near future - on the 788th day of Lockdown, where Covid mutation no3 has taken place, and compulsory segregation by genetic immunity forces families apart. With his father and now his older brother being taken away, a young lad of 12, decides with the help of hundreds of online friends across the globe to cause a disruption by indulging in one act that will get the world to pay attention.

As of this post we are more than half way through the shoot and are editing as we go along.

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May 10, 2020
Drama, 20 mins
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