Antonia Salib and Jack Barton star in Chronic short film

Chronic short film

Antonia Salib, graduate of the One Year course, has produced and starred in short film, Chronic, alongside fellow OSD grad Jack Barton. Chronic follows the story of Sadie and Rob who move in together but find that Sadie’s mysterious chronic illness complicates their plans and begins to govern their relationship. It is written by Disabled writer Charlotte Paradise and is proudly in partnership with the charity The ME Association.

oxford school of drama Antonia Salib oxford school of drama Jack Barton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

So far, Chronic has been selected for the Little Wing Film Festival, with Jack and Antonia receiving nominations for best actor and actress. The film was also selected for the Earls Court International Film Festival, as well as being a Semi-Finalist for Sunday Shorts Film Festival.

You can find out more about Chronic on Instagram @chronicfilm, as well as by reading articles and interviews here:

https://natashalipman.com/chronic-film-diversity-representation-disability/

https://welldoing.org/article/writing-film-about-invisible-disability-helped-me-grieve

There are lots of great shorts showing as part of the Earls Court International Film Festival. Chronic is around 32 minutes in.