Set in the 1920s, this quirky short starts by taking the black and white cinema of the time literally. Then photographer Charlie Floyd (Adam Joseph Browne) stumbles across the technology to turn the drab grey world into full colour; a future of fame and fortune surely awaits. But when a potential romance with the florist across the road does not go as planned, Charlie learns that perhaps black and white isn't so dull after all. Directed by Southern Institute of Technology student Emma Schranz, the film was a finalist at short film festival Tropfest in 2015.
The biggest highlight will be at Tropfest. It's been almost two years since we came up with the concept to finally completing the edit ... it'll be amazing to see it have its day on the big screen. We hope everyone will enjoy it.– Director Emma Schanz, on the film's screening at Tropfest 2015