Winner of Best Film in the 14 – 18 category from the Gig Harbor Film Festival’s 2018 72 Hour Film Competition.
Stella, a space mechanic, has broken down and ended on a desert planet. While she is in despair, a little girl appears out of nowhere. Following the child into a tunnel, in the depths of the planet, she discovers a big cave full of objects that belong to her, reminding her of the dreams she has left behind.
The story begins with two hands hitting two eggs. As the hitting goes on, the two eggs start to crack and finally explode in to pieces. Two creatures come out of the eggs. One is a duck with hairy human legs. The other one is a muscular guy with duck feet.
Before we knew that love was a choice, we relied of the on the power of the petal. A belief that each petal lost from the stem pulled us closer to the answer. Do we suffer alone, or do we get to be with one that loves us? Daisy takes us on the journey of young love and how we relinquish our decisions to stories shared by others. “Daisy’s Oracle” makes its Washington State premier at this year’s Gig Harbor Film Festival.
“Sea-Tectives” (2017) is a ten and a half minute animated short film about a duo of deep sea detectives in an underwater city. Fish are vanishing throughout the city and it is up to Charlemagne Clawes (a lobster) and Orville Sinclair (a clam) to save the day.