I don’t know your name

Finding a way to remove the shame from a sexual assault, a director psychodramatically re-stages the event using actors and documents the entire process.  

Describing the complexity of trauma through this single intimate encounter, documentary and performance techniques are used to narrativise a process of realisation.


“haptic and challenging hybrid film making…a genuinely innovative filmic form”
Emma Davies (Director of ‘I am Breathing’)

“a powerful exploration about how the past speaks to the present”
Amir George (Programmer True/False Film Festival)

“really powerful and moving… self-reflexive, first person filmmaking”
Treasa O’Brien (Director of ‘Town of Strangers’)

“this is a film about the complexity of depicting trauma in cinema and the vulnerability that artists place themselves under when sharing intimate experiences.”
Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival

Starring - Julian Triandafyllou, Daniel Lumsden, Lukasz Leskiewicz, Gabriel Reffati
Producer- Becky Manson
Cinematographer - Marios Lizides
Sound Design & Composer - Matt Zurowksi
Production Designer- Takahiro Ueno

2020, 12’

Read an essay exploring the film, and watch here