Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream Trailer: Over 400 Movies Form a Deeply Personal Essay Film

Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream Trailer: Over 400 Movies Form a Deeply Personal Essay Film
After watching over 400 films in the span of just around four months, director Frank Beauvais reflects on his life and what led to this cinematic hibernation in Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream, an impressive, rapidly-edited, and deeply personal cinematic essay.

Created solely from clips of the films he watched, it’s far from the kind of video essays that dominate YouTube, rather selecting the briefest of moments, and usually the least-recognizable of shots, in crafting this self-exploration of a reflective, questioning mind.

Ahead of an April release, KimStim has now released the first U.S. trailer for the film which premiered at last year’s Berlin International Film Festival and has played at Art of the Real, Cinéma du Réel, Doclisboa, Mar Del Plata, Torino, and more.

See the trailer and poster below, along with a conversation with the director.

Frank Beauvais’s intimate essay film assembles excerpts from the
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