Submissions for 2020 Now Open
Submission call for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 now open!
Inspired by true events, THE WIND PHONE intimately follows the emotional journeys of seven strangers. Each is drawn to the same remote and eerie phone booth on a Japanese cliffside, although their conversations couldn’t seem more different. Whereas one caller seeks forgiveness for a fatal transgression and another grapples with a twisted betrayal, others’ motivations are not clear at first. It is not until one of the callers extends a consoling hand to another, that we begin to understand that they are all connected by one harrowing reality.
Kristen received her J.D. from UCLA Law School. She practiced law in both New York and California before transitioning into entertainment with studies at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television. Kristen’s first short film EAST RAMADI, which she wrote and directed, was chosen as one of five films to screen at the Cannes Emerging Film Showcase in 2016.
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