Catcher // quarantine horror short film

How do you know your dreamcatcher’s catching the right thing?

This was a project I made (concept – final product) in about two weeks for class, and shot alone over two (very tiring) nights – as exhausting as it was, I’m in love with the turnout, and figured there is no better month to share this than October!

Fun Fact: Dreamcatchers originated from Ojibwa tribe culture, and the word in their language is “asabikeshiinh”, which means spider!

Happy Dreams!

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