Interview with Lawrence Côté-Collins, the director, and Alexandre Auger the screenwriter of the film “Bungalow”, interviewer Javier Garcia Puerto
“I think a lot of people can recognize themselves in the story, because it's a very basic and mundane issue this film discusses.” - Lawrence Côté-Collin
Jonathan and Sarah, a young couple, decided to buy a house and renovate it all by themselves. As they renovate the house they face different challenges and their relationship becomes more tense. Lawrence Côté-Collins called “Bungalow” a “renovational drama” that through dark humor reflects on struggles of millennials today in North America.
Lawrence Côté-Collins is a film director but on a daily basis makes TV shows. She has over 40 short films and her feature-length docu-fiction film “Split” that won the Audience Award at Fantasia. Thriller “Bungalow” is her second feature-length film.
Alexandre Auger has worked in film editing before scriptwriting. Auger studied at the University of Quebec in Montreal and has since made many short films including "Not Fat Sophie" and "Heartbomb".