Short Film: A TREE FELL TODAY, 17min., Drama

Directed by Oliver Crawford
Elise revisits the traumatic memories of her lover Jessica committing suicide due to the catastrophic death of their child, struggling to escape the eternal circle of anguish and misery she tries to move forward, but is she just stuck in an endless loop?

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Director Biography – Oliver Crawford

During many years of working with Hollywood director ‘Paul McGuigan’ Oliver learned and embraced story telling, vision and creating stories to engage and spark emotions and conversation within an audience. Asking the hard questions and pushing the audience to think about the difficult issues in life they may not want to confront.

Director Statement

A personal film dealing with mental health, loss and relationships, this film was made after the sudden loss of a close friend.

Notes:
Final Film is shot on Alexa 65 and 4k but file too large to upload on site, 4K final render available for final screenings.

The final end ‘credit song’ was written, composed and recorded @ Abbey Road Studios just for this film.

By lgbttorontofilmfestival

Festival occurring twice a year. In Toronto in June. And in Los Angeles in September. Showcasing the best of LGBT Short Films and Screenplays from around the world.

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