A librarian hatches an elaborate plan to win over the girl of his dream with an indigenous mating dance.

Short, Comedy, Drama
Term 3 Society Film
Written & Directed By: Berthold Wahjudi


BFI Future Film Festival 2016 Official Selection
Librarian: Jasper Bartlett
Girl: Rosie Abraham
Producer: Giulia Simone
Director of Photography: Edward Conder
Composer: Johnny Southard
Production Design: Caitlin Abbott
Assistant Director: Ariathney Coyne
1st Assistant Camera: George Washbourn
Gaffer: Soonmyeong Yoon
Best Boy: Jonathan Moens
Sound: Adam Pinnock
Script Supervisor: Shelby Weldon
Editor & Colourist: Berthold Wahjudi 
“Shelved” is a story of boy meets girl meets outdated and kind of racist anthropology book from the early 20th century. It’s a comedy, in the style of the 1960s, about a somewhat lost mid-twenty year old with no well-defined aims in life who gets carried away in an overly elaborate plan to win over the girl of his dreams.

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