Posted Thursday 26 Apr 2018
We all need a boost sometimes: Memory Foam is a short film from award-winning filmmaker Paloma Schneideman, produced by Elspeth Grant, and supported by the New Zealand Film Commission. The film is an observational slice-of-life: Annette and Martin move around a furniture store on the hunt for a new marital bed, however, it becomes more and more apparent that their bed may not be the only thing they've outgrown. It's an observational, slice of life film that asks, when love moves to the margins, what keeps people together? Schneideman wrote the film and will direct it, and says she has actively sought a female crew. The funding is now at 67% with 16 days left - click the link below to support the film!