Room 201 Spinoza Hotel

Nobody sees me, but a few feel me.

  • Robert David Duncan
  • Robert David Duncan
  • Robert David Duncan
  • Robert David Duncan
    Key Cast
    "Dr. Mojo"
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Genres:
    Micro short
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    April 24, 2019
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    France, United States
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Director Biography - Robert David Duncan

My core training in acting is from the Stella Adler Studio in New York. I love acting and filmmaking and Vancouver where I now live is a beautiful place to make films. I am interested in the dramas, delights, passions and heartbreaks that take place in everyday interactions (or lack thereof) between ordinary people. Most of my films have dealt with human-scale issues such as tough choices, love, dreams, hope and finding meaning and fun in life. I love an underdog story! My motto is don't let anything get in the way of telling a story that might uplift someone - film it with your smartphone if that's what you have, but get it done and share it with the world.

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Director Statement

In the original Spinoza Hotel film ( ) I was exploring the concept of a place where great spirits hang out, beyond the realms of life and death - a sort of liminal space for genius and madness. I also alluded to the idea that there might be more Spinoza Hotel material to follow, since hotels have many rooms and many residents. Room 201 is the second follow-up to the award-winning original. In this film, we meet Dr. Mojo, spirit of a late poet-rocker, who helps us understand where he exists these days.