LIVE ACTION | USA | 11 MINUTES | English
When ballet dancer Polly wakes up in a fugue state, she is haunted by hallucinations and visions of her best friend, whose tragic death haunts her.
Misty Shipman is an enrolled member of the Shoalwater Bay Tribe of Indians and a descendent of the Chinook and Lower Chehalis people. Her work has appeared in dozens of film festivals, including Toronto Women in Film, Native Women In Film, Television, and All Media, One Heart Native Arts and Film Festival, the LA Skinsfest, and many more. Misty holds an MFA in writing from the University of Idaho and a PhD in Native American Literature and Film from Washington State University. She works as a grant-writer for the Kalispel Tribe of Indians in Washington State.
Maesie Kost, Sumi Lee
Polly, Paulina, Pauline, was a chance to feature Indigenous dancers in lead roles and tell a cross-cultural story of passionate, toxic love between two young women whose ambition and dreams intersect and pass each other by like ships in the night. When Pauline dies tragically in an accident that injures her best friend, Polly, the surviving woman is left with fragmented memories as she feels two souls molding into one.
Tuesday, March 5
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