A modern version of Little Red Riding Hood.
In this short fantasy combining live action and digital animation, a young woman is caught between two cultures. Her family is from Pakistan and although she was raised according to their dictates she lives in Holland and is constantly surrounded by reminders of the Dutch way of life. When the young woman’s family insists she take part in an arranged marriage, she rebels and strikes out on her own. She soon discovers that while she has ties to two ways of life, she doesn’t fully belong to either world.
- Best Short Film - Bergen IFF
- Best Nordic Short Film - Femmina IFF
- The Ellen Award - Aspen Shortsfest
- Audience Award Short Film World Cinema - Maui FF
- Salaams Film Price - Salaam FF
- Special Mention - Interfilm SFF
- Iram Haq
- Rolf Kristian Larsen
- Iram Haq
- John Andreas Andersen
- Vidar Flataukan
- STORM STUDIOS
- SF NORGE
- IRAM HAQ
I think living life and human beings painful experiences inspires me to make stories. I loved Like father, Like son from Koreeda. It's a beautiful piece.
Iram Haq (b. 1976) is an actress, writer and director. She studied at Westerdals School of Communication in Oslo. She has worked for many years as an actor, on stage and in feature and TV films. She also wrote and starred in the short film OLD FAITHFULL (2004) which was selected for the short film competition at the Venice Film Festival in 2004. She made her directorial debut with the short LITTLE MISS EYEFLAP in 2009 – which had its world premiere at Sundance Film Festival and has since been selected for numerous international film festivals. In 2013, she made her feature film debut with I AM YOURS. The film premiered at Toronto International Film Festival and was Norway’s Oscar entry in 2014. WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY (2017) is her second feature film.