Close-up of the left side of a person's face, focusing on a clear blue eye. The image captures detailed textures such as skin and eyelashes, with the rest of the face softly out of focus. The background is indistinct, providing a neutral setting that highlights the eye.


One woman’s love letter and final goodbye to heroin, as she attempts to come off the synthetic opiates that have kept her clean for the past six years. This short documentary attempts to reframe some of the stigmas of addiction, and poses the following question: what does it mean to be ‘clean’?

Virtual & Hybrid Passholder Pre-order is now open for this film in the Virtual Theatre. Individual Virtual Theatre ticket sales open January 17th.

About the Filmmaker

Miranda Stern‘s short drama Revert was selected by the BFI Sharp Shorts scheme (completion 2023). Her short documentary ‘Clean’ premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival, and her first zero budget film ‘Everybody’s Business’ also came 2nd place at 16 DAYS 16 FILMS. Miranda’s background is in making campaign films for activist groups and charities such as The Red
Cross, Sex Workers’ Pride, UK Says No More, and she directed an hour-long immersive film for The Scottish Ensemble. She is studying for an MA in directing documentary at NFTS.

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ReFrame Film Festival


for “SHORTS: Sharp Angles”

20-minutes prior to Showtime:

At the Market Hall Box Office

$15 or PWYC • limited to availability

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