Sci-Fi Fantasy Short Film: “Deus Otiosus (The Idle God)” | DUST

In a primitive society, Bryana, a pregnant hunter, loses her husband to pestilence. Exiled from her home, she hunts their god to demand help.

“Deus Otiosus (The Idle God)” by Mat Braddy

Starring Christopher Fairbanks (Guardians of the Galaxy Alien3, Batman) and Sèverine
Howell-Meri (Amazon Prime’s Hanna)

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“Deus Otiosus (The Idle God)” Credits:
Written and Directed by Mat Braddy
Producer – Louis Savy
Co-producer – Marta Calderón
Editor – Colin Goudie, BFE
Director of Photography – Lorenzo Levrini
Production Designer – Daniel Vincent
Costume Designer – Jasmin Ada Knox
Visual Effects – George Kirby
Sound Design – Fionn Lucas
Composer – Ross Euan Davidson
First Assistant Director – Harry Kirby
Second Assistant Director – Martin Tunnicliffe-Squirell

Bryana – Sèverine Howell-Meri
Priestess LILA – Margareta Szabo
Deus – Christopher fairbank
Peasant – Martin Tunnicliffe-Squirrell
Raven – Mordred

Casting – Shakyra Dowling
Story Development – Stéphanie Joalland
Concept Artist – Alejandro Silva
Set Decorator – Rob King
Art Department – Billy Dudley, Daniel Marlow, & Thomas Nicholas
Second unit DP – Thomas terminet
Camera First Assistant – Anıl Duru
Camera Second Assistant – Anastasia Cherkasyuk
Key Grip – Giovanni Mattei
Steadicam Operator – Domenico Palomba
Gaffers – Harry Buck & Oliver Craig
Lighting Technicians – Alex Magill & Marina Lewin
Ross Brown Lighting Trainee – George Castle
Sound Recordist – Blai Escayola
Bosch Sound Assitant – Nick Grant
Script Supervisor – Louis Savy
Hair and Makeup – Rebecca Hall
Assistant Hair and Makeup – Leanne White
Raven Wrangler Parrot and Seal
Driver – Bruce Webb
Stills Photographer – Maite de Orbe
Production Assistants – Michelle Braddy, Charlie Collier, & Mitchel Burrows Assistant Editor – Jan Schroeder

Celtic Harmony Camp snettisham, norfolk Gibbard Gardens Swordtail Studios

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