Synopsis: A dancer explores the experience of becoming overstimulated in social interactions, which causes her to seek relief in peaceful solitude; only to find that too much solitude leads her to feelings of loneliness. The film follows her arduous journey through these dark emotions, into the overwhelming relief she finally realizes upon their passing.
In 2005, Rachel Searcey graduated from Texas Christian University with a B.S. in Radio/TV/Film. She began her professional editing career at Circle R Media (now CRM Studios) and had the opportunity to work on projects for clients like Budweiser, Gamestop, and Radio Shack. During this time, she also produced various short films under Vegetable Thing Productions (2000-2009), as well as working on trailers, music videos, and short films in Dallas/Fort Worth/San Antonio. Now located on the Gulf Coast, Searcey established A Girl and her Goldfish Productions (2016-present) and has produced award winning short films, screendance, and commercials. In 2017, she and Summer Baldwin founded the Gulf Coast Women in Film, dedicated to supporting, networking, and producing films with female filmmakers and artists.
Oxford Film Festival - United States - 2019
Southern States IndieFanFilm Fest - United States - 2019
COAST DANCEfest - United States - 2019
Mississippi Dance Leader Alliance - United States - 2019
Lady Filmmakers Festival - United States - 2019