Graham Farrow’s stage play adaptation ‘Push the sky away’ is set to roll the camera

'Push the sky away', a story born out of lockdown, tells the tale of a desperate mother and daughter trying to communicate in a world devastated by a virus.

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‘Push the sky away’, a story born out of lockdown, tells the tale of a desperate mother and daughter trying to communicate in a world devastated by a virus. It is adapted from the stage play by award-winning English writer Graham Farrow. The play received its World Premiere by Outcast Productions of Washington State in March and was streamed worldwide to great acclaim.

The short film is scheduled to be shot in Dubai in the second week of July under the banner Rajju Films. It is to be produced by Binu Gurcharan Motwani and Shrey Rajdeo with Graham Farrow on board as co-Producer. Farrow also wrote the screenplay.

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Kkittu Motwni an FTII pass out who has directed several music videos for Colorbar creatives and T-series is directing the film which aims to make it big in film festivals worldwide. The cast includes two amazing actors Emma Quintin and Romina Satvatmanesh. Jatin & Khushil are Director of Photography and Shubham Sharma is the editor of the film. The whole team is excited and all prepared to roll the camera soon.

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Graham Farrow’s stage play adaptation 'Push the sky away' is set to roll the camera
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'Push the sky away', a story born out of lockdown, tells the tale of a desperate mother and daughter trying to communicate in a world devastated by a virus.
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