Little Girl Lost is an experimental film exploring the nature of transitioning from one state of being to another. This could be perceived in a literal living and non-living approach or it could be perceived on a much smaller scale. Or a much, much larger one. Through following the journey[…]
A moody eight-year-old girl must combat the strange influence a mysterious doll has over her lonely, single father in order to save her little family of two…
Influenced by the work of the great “Kenneth Anger”, terror pop movie culture like Blair Witch Project and all the found footage / LoFi subculture. I have tried to tell the story of a luminous girl, through different temporal jumps, and how she advances into the occultism to finally stay[…]
Boy meets girl. Girl swipes left.
Belle and Bamber are inseparable friends. She, a 10 year old girl with a thirst for adventure; he, an imaginary blue monster. They while away their youth exploring and getting into mischief, however, when Belle’s Mother tires of Bamber’s influence, she pressures her to grow up and forget him. Unfortunately,[…]
While the memories are passing by, a girl’s talking to someone gone. Turn on your speakers.
Dream Boy is a short film about a girl, Cecelia, who’s daily life is interrupted with nightly abductions by the man on the dark side of the Moon. Cecelia keeps waking up confused and out of sorts, slowly growing more and more withdrawn from life. But while the Moon Man’s[…]
A girl wakes up trapped in an apartment with no recollection of where she is when she discovers that she’s being slowly consumed by a White Substance. Director Victor Velasco already got us used to some weird and surreal films that are at times mind bending and inexplicable. His latest[…]
A girl looks for a party. Director’s Statement “Where’s the Party” is a short film that is part of a series I am currently developing called: ‘[Dis]Connected’. I have been fascinated by how we easily get sucked into a machine that can distract us from ourselves and our needs. The[…]
A girl wanders, a stranger follows.