Private Project

Enter Your Name

Enter Your Name is a surreal fantasy film that serves as an allegory to the experiences of a pre-transition trans person, with horror elements to allude to the complex emotions and inner turmoil that one can go through.

  • Aubrey Scott
  • Giselle Estevez
  • Evie Shih
  • Dan Cott
    Key Cast
  • Scott Perry
  • Chris Janelle
  • Alessia James
  • Jaime Rodriguez
  • Ana Pacheco
  • Rye Summers
  • Faith Nana
  • Jenna Coley
    Layout Crew
  • Madison Gould
    Layout Crew
    Missed Connection
  • Kaz Montero
    Layout Crew
  • Hayley Sapiro
    Layout Crew
  • Grace Zhang
    Layout Crew
  • Tabitha "Tabby" Lindsey
    Cleanup Animation
  • Mengwen Shen
    Cleanup Animation
  • Daisy Smith
    Cleanup Animation
  • Alise Starkey
    3D Animator
  • Cassidy Corder
    Extra Compositing
    Gearbevel City
  • Project Type:
    Animation, Experimental, Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Fantasy, Surreal
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 13 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 12, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Student Project:
    Yes - Savannah College of Art and Design
Director Biography - Aubrey Scott

Aubrey Scott is an animator and filmmaker from Mississippi. Scott is a recent graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Animation. Her experiences as a trans woman and the complicated feelings surrounding it pre-transition led to the creation and production of "Enter Your Name" (2023) with producers Giselle Estevez and Evie Shih.

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Director Statement

Enter Your Name was born from my own tastes in media, and a desire to express an aspect of my life. I am a trans woman from a deeply conservative family, in rural Mississippi, and that one thing has shaped every aspect of how I experience and perceive the world. When I conceptualized Enter Your Name, I wanted to use it as a way to express that- the complicated feelings I had before I accepted I was trans, and the deep, mortal fear of trying to see that in the environment I was living in. The world of Enter Your Name is cold, lonely, and empty. It's covered in kudzu, an invasive vine that blankets parts of the south, and represented for me, the beautiful but suffocating nature of the place I call home. With this film I wanted to show people that trans people come from all over, and the internal struggles they have to deal with.