Two Talking Films are two short dramatic films about arguments over nothing.
Both films use minimal means – a single location, two actors, and a single scene or dialogue – to tell their stories.
In Dreaming of Leo, the argument flares up over a dream; in Balham vs Clapham, over the location of a birthday party. In both films, something else is really at stake – the characters’ self-belief and faith in love.
The films feature four leading young British actors – Emma Handy, Claire-Louise Cordwell, Patrick Kennedy and Toby Dantzic.
They were shot in London, UK, and written and directed by Tom Yarwood.
They were produced by Saskia Vischer, Stephen Wilmot, Damien Cullen, Stuart Bryce and Tom Yarwood.
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