After one girl drops her phone in the toilet, she must work to get it back on so she doesn’t lose the connection of a lifetime. Director’s Statement I made this to heighten the idea that we put so much pressure on obtaining a potential partner and as a result[…]
We follow Eden, a freelance animator and grieving daughter, who refuses to accept the death of her mother. Eden’s coping mechanism is to submerge herself underwater, where she believes she is still connected to her. In reality, refusing to accept her depression or help from her childhood friend Miles. Eden[…]
Desperate to understand his past, a black ops soldier risks everything to unlock the truth behind the event that started a civil war, and his connection to the man at the center of it…
A woman with bipolar disorder reflects on her condition, as she’s struggling to connect with people around her.
Two people walking in the street lit by the neon lights of the restaurants and shops, bump into each other. Time stands still, an immediately powerful connection is shared between them. Strangers deeply in love shared only in a stare so piercing there is no need for words. In this[…]
In a rapidly changing city, a woman realizes she no longer recognizes the neighborhood she calls home. When a young man approaches her with a direct connection to her past, she is forced to ask: When do we hold on to our past, and when is it time to let[…]
An unknown being – part human, part cosmic humanoid – longs to be of the peoples’ world. However, the search for connection proves tenuous, as her survival depends upon siphoning the lives of those she seeks to join.
Set in 1993 New York, Absolute Threshold tells the story of a young social worker named Charlotte who craves the intimate connection missing from her husband and finds herself overpowered by a precarious desire.
New technology makes our lives easier and amazes us with the arising possibilities. However it can also make us an alligator’s lunch! Better play it safe! I directed the short film “Connectivity Lost” as a statement for not using your mobile device as a substitute for common sense. Slavishly following[…]
A successful and driven book publisher in her 40s comes across the work of a young up-and-coming photographer — only to have their professional relationship disrupted by the inevitable connection to each other. facebook.com/enigmafilm2015 claudineeriksson.com/enigma