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Father's Last Note

A daughter returns home from her father's funeral and faces quiet grief and regrets til she tries to commit suicide but suddenly the sound of her father's old guitar echoes through the house and she decides to follow it.

  • Mia Nannapat
    Dreams of the Past
  • Mia Nannapat
    Dreams of the Past
  • Pornlapat Nararatwanchai
  • Woracha Khunchornyakong
    Key Cast
  • Arnon Watchareewong
    Key Cast
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  • Runtime:
    15 minutes 20 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 6, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    10,000 USD
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - Bangkok Film School
Distribution Information
  • Yusen Soya Company Limited
    Sales Agent
    Country: Thailand
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Mia Nannapat

Born March 18th 2005. Ken Nannapat (Stage name: Ken Smith) is a 16 year old filmmaker from Thailand who's interests in film started from when he was 3. He's created youtube channels, Instagram pages and other media on the internet for the past 10 years. More then 100 amateurish short films aside Ken's professional filmmaking career started recently in 2019 and since then he would go on to create a relatively acclaimed short, 2020's Dreams of the Past and as of 2021 4 more shorts are slated to began production.

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Director Statement

Created with the involvement of Bangkok Film School, I envisioned Father's Last Note while I was taking a semi course there along with other young inspiring filmmakers and students. For the exam we have the assignment to create a short film with only 10 hours on our clock, no post production shooting, no further dates, just one day with 10 hours only. Needless to say I was absolutely terrified and at first I didn't wanted to direct but after listening to other students' ideas and seeing how too ambitious and big those ideas were, I suddenly got a idea to use the core structure of one specific idea thrown around and how to form it into something that can be done in just a day with a new story and a new emotion core. Ultimately I did comprise some of my vision that looking back I wish I didn't because I believe they would have made my film overall more beautiful and more surprising but the final product I'm still pretty happy with and I'm glad its been satisfying its audience. At worst I did learn something but at best it was one of the most stressful yet rewarding filmmaking experience I had yet and I'm happy to say at the very least I completed it and I can't wait for you to see it.