Frankfurt am Main | 14 – 22 October 2023

Worry-Fear-Unease. The Triptych

Experimental Film United Kingdom 2023
By Agrippina Meshcheryakova
Haunted by a symbolic biblical nightmare and unanswered calls from her loved ones, a young girl’s anxiety intensifies, leaving her feeling disconnected from the world and trapped in a state of panic and intrusive thoughts.

This film will be screened as part of our short film competition on Tuesday 17 October at 7.30pm and Wednesday 18 October at 8pm.


Film Info


Worry-Fear-Unease. The Triptych
Original title
Worry-Fear-Unease. The Triptych
Experimental Film Short Film Art
Release Date
  • United Kingdom
Spoken language
  • No Dialogue
  • No Subtitle
17 Minutes
Color Format
  • Colour
Sound Format
  • Stereo


  • Agrippina Meshcheryakova
  • Producers
  • Agrippina Meshcheryakova
  • Cameron Haggie
  • Crew
  • Calum Auckland (Cinematographer)
  • Gyte Zygelyte (Editor)
  • Christina Worrall (Sound)
  • Cast

  • Esme Ashby (Leading Actress)
  • Clara Anderson (Leading Actress)
  • Cajus Kesler (Leading Actor)
  • Social


    • Agrippina Meshcheryakova

      Agrippina Meshcheryakova is a graduate directing student at the Northern Film School. She is passionate about every aspect of filmmaking and loves to experiment with her work. Agrippina is inspired by different types of art, as she was brought up in a family of fine artists. She hopes to be making various films in the future that will all be united by tributes to artists and challenge of the film form. ‘The Triptych’ was a big step in her career, finally working with a crew and challenging herself to tell a story through three screens and no dialogue. Previously, she directed a video art short film about Renaissance art, a documentary, as well as produced and assisted various dramas.

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