Hearts & Crafts

Hearts & Crafts is a heartwarming romantic short film about a pair of 10 year old, Oscar and Aimee, as they navigate the soaring highs and depressing lows of their first relationship.

  • Harry Lee
  • Harry Lee
  • Max Barry
  • Harry Lee
  • Eamon Hughes
  • Alex Olariu
    Key Cast
  • Mia O'Connor
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Romance, RomCom, Comedy, Drama, Romantic Drama, Family, Kids
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 48 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 20, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    300 EUR
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    Digital, Arri Alexa
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Director Biography - Harry Lee

Harry Lee is a young director from Dublin, Ireland. He has made a name for himself on the Island as one of the up and coming directors dedicated to making films that lift peoples spirits.

Harry is in his final year at The National Film School of Ireland studying directing. Over the past number of years Harry has forged his own style often combining intimate moments at large events with a comedic tone.

A notable aspect of Harry's work is his work with children. Having worked with kids from a young age as a director he soon developed a skill at crafting stories relevant to all audiences but told through the lens of childhood.

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Director Statement

As a director the one thing that I've always wanted to do is to make people feel warm inside. It's always said to make what you want too see and all I've ever wanted to create is things that make me feel happy. As a result of this I have spent the last number of years working on romantic comedies and films involving kids as protagonists. I've done this because I think you can show the human experience through kids in a way that cant be done otherwise. Capturing our truest emotions at a period in life when you cant do anything other than wear them on your sleeve.

I hope that audiences respond to my films in the way that I respond to so many other filmmakers. I want them to laugh, cry, smile but most importantly all I could ever hope to do is make an audience feel something.