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Silent Farewell

A Silent Farewell" is a poignant exploration of solitude, grief, and societal indifference. The short film follows a widow, unnoticed in her pink pyjamas, as she grapples with the deafening silence left by her husband's death. Her despair, drowned in societal apathy, drives her towards a tragic decision. In a world that puts materialism before empathy, she embarks on her final journey, symbolizing the devastating toll of collective ignorance on individual suffering.

  • Sintija Linuza
  • Ben Watts
  • Laura Mobilia
    Key Cast
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  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 25 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 31, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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Director Biography - Sintija Linuza

Sintija is immersed in the world of film. With a robust background in production and an unmistakable touch in directing, Sintija doesn't simply produce films—she shapes compelling stories. Her focus on mental health and societal shifts pushes viewers to reconsider their perspectives and challenge common perceptions

Whenever Sintija's at the helm on set, she turns it into a sanctuary for creative souls. The camera doesn't just roll; it captures her steadfast commitment to mental health awareness. It's clear that for Sintija, it’s more than a job—it's a mission.

She has a solid foundation in Digital Media, balancing both tech and storytelling. She's prevously collaborated with industries like Netflix and Warner Bros.

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Director Statement

"Silent Farewell" is more than a film to me. Born from a month of collaboration with Film Jam in London, I wanted this short film to be a vessel of emotion that deeply connects with viewers. Everyone, whether it's the person we pass on the street or someone dealing with inner battles, has a story that's shaped them. Navigating life with its highs and lows can be daunting, especially when faced with challenges alone. My hope for this film is to remind us all of the power of understanding and empathy. Little gestures of compassion can change someone's day, or maybe even save a life. This message goes beyond the confines of the screen. It’s anchored in real-life experiences, especially the pain of losing close friends, a pain I only fully grasped when it was too late.