What does it mean to belong in a place as old as the sea itself?
When she relocates to Cape Cod and begins to hear the ghostly sounds of those lost at sea, a grieving English teacher struggles to come to terms with the death of her wife as the feeling of connection brought by her paranormal encounters strengthens with every failed attempt to fit in.
A new project is in the works
This project is big enough to get it’s very own website: EnidsWall.com
For our first feature length film we are working on an adaptation of the short story Enid’s Wall by Jennifer Gostin. Like any feature film, it is not a quick turnaround kind of project. We are currently in the development stages so there is a long path ahead of us. But it will be fantastic.
As the writing gets closer to being done (as much as writing is ever done before you start shooting) I’ve started passing it around for feedback and submitting it to script competitions at festivals. Very excited to announce we got our first official selection at the Auckland International Film Festival.