Cecily Russo plays the conflicted Eve in this quiet drama about finding home. Told in a nonlinear, almost experimental form, dear eve showcases the angst and frustration of family and foster care.
at LAIFFA, AltFF, and Indie Short Fest at LAIFF
The idea for this film had been sitting in my mind for a few months before I sat down to start pre-production. It was applying to the School of Visual Arts in NYC that pushed me to complete the film as it was used as my application film.
Production of the film itself was interesting because it was only me and my actress; no crew or anything. It was filmed in about two days in Rhode Island. It was also nice and symbolic in a way to incorporate my parents in the voice over work.