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In a prestigious all-girls secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago, the Michaelmas term seeps with anxiety for all in their last year. Cyan, indecisive about her university choices, finds herself at odds with expectations of where she should go, why should she go and if it matters if she goes. However, as exams approach with expected dread, one by one, young girls are vanishing in the school grounds.

November/December screens as part of We Out Here: Shorts on Sunday, February 9 at 3:30 pm.

DIRECTOR: Elenie Chung
COUNTRY: Trinidad and Tobago
DURATION: 11 minutes
YEAR: 2019
Genre: Fiction
TYPE: Short Films

About the Director

Elenie Chung is a filmmaker born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago and currently based in Los Angeles, CA, USA. Her films bring the everyday into sublimity and the unfamiliar to the everyday. Before earning her MFA in Film Directing/Production at the University of California: Los Angeles, she worked at Women Make Movies, a non-profit feminist media arts organization based in New York City and also served as an assistant for artist Karina Skvirsky. At UCLA, she was a recipient of the Edie and Lew Wasserman Production Fellowship and recently she was selected as one of ten residents at Praksis’ 15th Art Residency: Carrying Histories in Oslo, Norway.


Little Haiti Cultural Complex

212 NE 59th Terrace
Miami, FL 33137

DATE: Sunday, February 9, 2020
TIME: 3:30 pm