This short film appears to be a classic switched places scenario – a white housekeeper and a Latina boss. But while the housekeeper makes a sandwich in a beautiful modern kitchen and the boss looks for a Halloween costume for her daughter it becomes clear that the script can’t flip completely. Both the fantastical world of this film and our own reality come in and out of focus as the housekeeper asks her boss for help with her son.
SCREENING: Crowley Theater - FRI 7/15 - 9:00 AM
Lane Stroud began her film career mentoring and teaching young women film makers. She has worked as a camera operator, editor and producer. Her early directing projects were documentary shorts that played at film festivals around the world and won multiple awards at the Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto. In 2011, her first animated film won a Women in Film Professional grant. She traveled to Spain with a professional basketball team as part of her film Net Worth about a WNBA team, which premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival in 2013. She was a field producer on The Years of Living Dangerously: The Governor with Olivia Munn for Showtime. Soon after moving to Los Angeles in 2013, she earned her first television directing credits on Discovery Channels’ How We Got Here. She has written and directed numerous independent film projects.
Cassidy Dimon - producer
Bradley Hutchinson - co-producer
Film Editing by
Lorenia Rangel - makeup artist
Ian Beeuwkes - boom operator
Camera and Electrical Department
Karen Du - assistant camera
Kee Sun Kyung - gaffer
Rebecca Gilliland-Montalvo - production assistant