A vignette of a Jewish teenager minutes before a tragedy.
Entropy, a film directed by Alex Deitsch, a winner of And Now What? Film Fund Film Fund 2019.
Alex Deitsch is a filmmaker from London who graduated from his sixth form, deciding to venture into the world of cinema without qualifications. Creating his first short after completing his GCSEs, Alex’s work has quickly progressed with funding from bodies such as the BFI. Alex Deitsch hopes to create short films in a variety of different formats, taking inspiration from filmmakers such as Stanley Kubrick, Shane Carruth, Gaspar Noe and Wong Kar-Wai.
The And Now What? Film Fund aims to support a creative and innovative approach to presenting socially relevant films by emerging filmmakers with a story to tell that are entertaining, enlivening and inspiring for audiences.
Read more about Alex’s experience of the process here: https://www.roundhouse.org.uk/blog/2019/11/and-now-what-film-fund-directors-blog-alex-deitsch/