DIRECTED BY CHARLOTTE WELLS
Type of Film: Drama
Producers: Joy Jorgensen
Editor: Blair McClendon
Cinematographer: Robbie Ryan
On Christmas Eve, 1968, in a Scottish coastal town, a debt collector goes to work to avoid confronting his wife's worsening psychosis at home.
Charlotte Charlie Wells is a Scottish director living in New York. Her first film, Tuesday, premiered at Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, was nominated for two BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards Best Writer and Best Design (winner), and won Special Mention at Glasgow Short Film Festival. Her second film, Laps, won a Short Film Special Jury Prize for Editing at Sundance Film Festival and Special Jury Recognition for Narrative Shorts at SXSW Film Festival. Blue Christmas, premiered at TIFF in September 2017.
Charlie is a 2017 graduate of the MBA/MFA program at NYU where she was BAFTA New York and Los Angeles scholar. Previously, she managed Digital Orchard, a London-based workflow consultancy and crew agency, and studied Classics at King's College London and University of Oxford.