Panita Chanrasmi

Writer | Director | Producer

// Let us begin

A man takes a moment to shed any notion of time and enjoy a simple, quiet moment in nature. 

Created for Moet & Chandon's "Moet Moment Film Fest" with the theme #capturethenow. Officially selected as one of the finalists in the competition (www.MoetMomentFilmFest.com)

Starring Pascal Yen-Pfister. Co-Written by Panita Chanrasmi-Lefebvre, Aksa Arevalo, Alexander Esin and Arseniy Grobovnikov. Produced and directed by Panita Chanrasmi-Lefebvre. Cinematography by Arseniy Grobovnikov.

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// SHOTS

Candles and kisses over whisky. A perfectly typical romantic night, until this young couple take their undying love to a whole other level... 

Starring Frank Brander and Whitnee Barrett. Written, directed and produced by Panita Chanrasmi-Lefebvre. Cinematography by Arseniy Grobovnikov.

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// SILENCE IS GOLDEN

A teenage girl struggles to find balance between her desire for sexual freedom and her religious education while seeking acceptance in a community that has no place for her.  

Starring Alex Sarrigeorgiu. Written, directed and produced by Panita Chanrasmi-Lefebvre. Cinematography by Arseniy Grobovnikov.

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An adaptation of Robert Frost’s poem, "Fire and Ice", is about the end of the world for a woman who finds herself trapped in the moment between going from her heated, passionate lover home to her cold, dead marriage. 

Starring Amy Rutledge and Josh Quat. Written, directed and co-produced by Panita Chanrasmi-Lefebvre. Cinematography by Kioomars Doroodi.

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// GREATER SIN

A teenage girl confesses to a double homicide in a confessional booth. A conflicted priest who must decide which is the "Greater Sin" - to let an innocent man go to prison for a crime he did not commit, or to break the holy seal of confession and lose his priesthood over doing the right thing?

Starring Michael Simon Hall and Elena Paloumbis. Written and Directed by Akinwumi Osunkoya. Produced by Panita Chanrasmi-Lefebvre. Cinematography by Vic Roxas.

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