in the end she's ok

After an upsetting breakup, an isolated photographer attempts to escape her problems in a secluded family home only to discover a haunting presence.

  • Jackson Yaeger
  • Madeleine McConnell
  • Jackson Yaeger
  • Hayden Goldberg
    Key Cast
  • Martin Ries
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    8 minutes 26 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 30, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Student Project:
    Yes - Marin School of the Arts
  • Marin School of the Arts Really Big Film Festival 2023
    Novato, California
    United States
    June 2, 2023
    World Premier
Director Biography - Jackson Yaeger

Jackson is a student filmmaker in the Cinematic Arts program at Marin School of the Arts. He focuses on editing and camera, and has worked on many projects both in and out of school. His most recent projects include, “Revisions” (2023), “The Devil and The Chorus Girl” (2023), and ‘Killing Me Softly’ (2022). His future goals are to get into a film school in Southern California, and eventually make it in the greater film industry.

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Director Statement

“I believe film has the power to touch our souls and make us think deeply. With my movie "in the end she’s ok" I wanted to tell a story that would resonate with people and make them reflect on their own lives. The film explores the idea of letting go of our pasts, something many of us struggle with.

I wanted to challenge the audience by creating a film that seems mysterious at first. I wanted them to think about the meaning behind the story and discover its layers. The central theme of "in the end she’s ok" revolves around the transformative power of letting go. We follow our protagonist on a deeply personal journey as she confronts the ghosts of her past, navigating the labyrinth of emotions that have held her captive for far too long. The film explores the significance of self-forgiveness, resilience, and the healing potential found in embracing the present moment.

Making this film was a profound experience. I worked with a talented team to bring authenticity to every frame and word. My goal is for "in the end she’s ok" to inspire personal growth and encourage some viewers to confront their own pasts. I hope it serves as a reminder that letting go can lead to healing and a sense of peace.”

Jackson Yaeger - Director, Editor, and Producer