A contemporary interpretation of the mythical Hecate, the three-bodied goddess that governs human fate, using modern dance choreographed expressly for film. This short is centered on the evocative power of ancient archetypes, their continued relevance in examining our modern lives, and the role they play in addressing human desires and fears.  “The Third Sister” is also an elaboration on the art of silent film.  The non-dialogue form is used purposefully to establish a contemplative mood, with the support of an award-nominated modern industrial score written by the director.  Conceived as work where the director is immediately responsible for the creation and design of all major aspects of production, “The Third Sister” is an attempt to communicate a very personal vision.

Winner of Best Experimental Short at the Los Angeles Film and Script Festival, Best Editor and Honorable Mention at the Los Angeles New Wave Film Festival, Best Sound Design at the Creative Arts Film Festival, and Audience Choice for Experimental Movie at the Brooklyn Film Festival.

The Third Sister has also been included in the the Shorts Films Corner program at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

Shot and finished at 4K resolution.  Accompanied by an original score composed by the director. 



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