A recently divorced woman finds herself haunted by not only the painting that her and her ex-husband are fighting over, but also the loss of a child that they never had.
Elif AliKey Cast
Project Type:Short, Student
Runtime:11 minutes 18 seconds
Country of Origin:United States
Country of Filming:United States
Shooting Format:FX6, A7S3, H.264,
Student Project:Yes - George Mason University
After participating in producing many short narrative films, I
want to try another genre: Horror Film. I have a
unique understanding of horror influenced by Japanese
horror. Among the many types of horror movies, I prefer
psychological horror movies. Because psychological horror
films always make more impressions. They disclose social
issues. They reveal people's deepest fears. I also believe when
the "monster" is shown on the screen, it is no longer scary.
The Iranian psychological horror film Under the
Shadows inspired me. I want to achieve the perfect
combination of dreams and reality.
During the story and development phase, we designed it to
be a series of strange things happening in the house at
midnight. My cinematographer and I have outstanding visual
imagination abilities. Therefore, we will guarantee the
performance while achieving an excellent visual experience.
Wenhao Wang is an undergraduate in the film program at George Mason University with a concentration in directing. He formed his own Crystal Balloon Studio in 2013. Since then, he has worked in a variety of areas, including but not limited to audio broadcasting, live broadcast of a thousand people's ceremonies, short narrative films, documentaries, music videos, YouTube videos, etc. He has nine years of experience in editing, six years of experience in operating cameras, and three years of experience as a director.