Kathy, a recent sorority pledge, struggles to fit in due to her grief over the passing of her sister Alice. Her new sorority sisters, irritated by her depression, host a fake seance to contact her sister, hoping it will give her closure. However, they unknowingly summon a dark entity, which kills them all, except for Kathy.

  • Heather Woolridge
  • Eddy Yang
  • Hayley Pinto
  • Fanar Zak
    Key Cast
  • Audrey McAree
    Key Cast
  • Alexandra Najoarro
    Key Cast
  • Katelyn Doyle
    Key Cast
  • Ryan Barager
    Key Cast
    "The Creature"
  • Gilad Levy
    1st Assistant Director
  • Brandon Cole
    Director of Photography
  • Ashley Kaur
    Casting Director
  • Stephanie Millar
    Production Designer
  • Mathias Keslar Tom Yew
    Art Director
  • Sara Mckee
    Camera Operator
  • Shima Majdpour
    1st Assistant Camera
  • Stanford Gough
    Key Gaffer
  • Viktoriia Shpachenko
    Sound Recordist
  • Stephanie Cowan
    Script Supervisor
  • Claire Lloyd
  • Raval Alviarez
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Horror, Comedy
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes 30 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 17, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    3,360 USD
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  • Student Project:
    Yes - Humber College
Director Biography - Heather Woolridge

Heather Woolridge is a student filmmaker studying at Humber College in the Film and Television Production program. With a diverse range of experience in filmmaking, Heather's previous work includes being the Picture Editor on the short documentary Ella Ella, as well as writing, directing, editing, and composing for her short film, An Eclipse. Additionally, Heather co-wrote, co-directed, and co-edited the short action comedy, xXGamerGodXx.
Originally from a musical background, Heather holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music however, after experimenting with filmmaking, she realized that her true passion lies behind the camera. She is thrilled to have worked on Sisterhood as Director with such a talented crew.

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Director Statement

Directing Sisterhood has been an absolute honour. As soon as I read the script, I was drawn to our brilliant writer Eddy Yang's inspirations from the iconic trio in Mean Girls and the campy horror in Scream Queens. The script brilliantly combines my favourite elements of classic teen comedies with supernatural horror. The script is not only entertaining, but it also delivers cathartic moments of both laughter and fear.

We all have experienced the feeling of wanting to belong to a group, and that's what our protagonist, Kathy, is seeking after her sister Alice's passing. The Kappa Phi sisters, who are stunning, popular, and materialistic, are entirely unsympathetic to Kathy's grief and decide to prank her. We all know the archetype of the popular girl: Regina George, Heather Chandler, or Sharpay Evans. What would happen if they got a taste of their own medicine?

As someone who has struggled in the past with fitting in and betrayal by "friends," it felt extremely cathartic to symbolically kill them off and reclaim that power they held over me.

Our cast and crew have worked tirelessly to bring Sisterhood to life, and I couldn't be prouder of their dedication and talent. The blend of comedy and horror creates a surreal atmosphere that I find fascinating. It's a world that is both entertaining and terrifying, and I can’t wait to share it with you.

And remember, karma kills.