Experiencing Interruptions?


When 11-year-old Dunya decides to accompany her father on his wine delivery route, a chance encounter with her father’s old love confronts her with the mystery of who her father is and more perilously - who he used to be.

  • Masha Clark
  • Masha Clark
  • The London Film School
  • Masha Clark
  • Conrad Clark
  • Nikola Ristanovski
    Key Cast
  • Nada Šargin
    Key Cast
  • Vesna Stanojević
    Key Cast
  • Tinja Damnjanović
    Key Cast
  • Tanasije Uzunović
    Key Cast
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  • Genres:
    Drama, Coming-of-age
  • Runtime:
    19 minutes 52 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 2, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    20,000 EUR
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
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  • Shooting Format:
    Arri Alexa Mini
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - The London Film School
  • Student Academy Awards
    Los Angeles
    United States
  • Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival
    United States
    August 4, 2020
    North American Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Encounters Festival
    United Kingdom
    Official Selection
  • PÖFF Shorts
    Official Selection
  • Short Shorts
    Asian Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Lone Star Film Festival
    Forth Worth, Texas
    United States
    Texas Premiere
    Best Student Film
  • HollyShorts Film Festival
  • Not Film Festival
    Santarcangelo di Romagna
    August 27, 2021
    Italy Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Myrtle Beach International Film Festival
    Myrtle Beach
    United States
    December 10, 2021
    South Carolina Premiere
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Masha Clark

Masha Clark is a writer/director born in Belgrade, Serbia.
She graduated with a first-class BA Screenwriting degree from Regent’s University, where she wrote and directed a short film For Fallen Worlds which premiered at the Belgrade Short Film Festival. Masha subsequently worked as a teaching assistant at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, gaining valuable directing experience whilst working with actors on their "acting for camera" module. In 2016 Masha was accepted to the MA Filmmaking program at The London Film School. Over the two-year course, Masha wrote and directed several short films, telling stories where the extraordinary cohabits with the everyday.
Señor is her graduation film, filmed in the North of Serbia.

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Director Statement

Señor is a film about the foreignness of the people we are most familiar with.

Since early childhood I have been fascinated and mystified by the question – who were my parents before they were my parents?
I would pull up a chair next to them and ask, wide-eyed, “tell me what you used to be like.” My parents would dismiss their own past as having happened a lifetime ago, but would often indulge my wonder with stories of things they had experienced in these old, lost worlds.
One aspect of their previous lives which especially tantalized and terrified me was their romantic past. Who did they love before one another? Who were these strangers that loved them? How did my own parents’ love compare to these former ones? What if memories of those past loves lurked at the edges of their present – of my present?
I would close my eyes and conjure up images of these other people my parents used to be, once upon a time, in this foreign country – the past. In so doing, I would transform my own parents into fictional characters, into strangers I would never meet, never truly know.
I would then open my eyes and look at my parents sitting next to me - suddenly so familiar, so foreign.