01 - #BlueBoarSalem Witch Trials except the internet exists and Sarah Winsley's online channel has made her a celebrity.Watch
02 - alone together.A group of people attempt to connect via their computers on a Saturday during "stay at home" orders.Watch
03 - BenjiA young girl deals with loneliness in the apocalypse by talking to her stuffed animal, Benji.Watch
04 - "Don't Be Dumb Use Your Thumb"Watch
05 - Quarantine NowQuarantine Now is a film about one woman's experience of living in quarantine.Watch
06 - RiverPsychological sci-fi thriller that follows River Allen, a woman who searches for her fragmented identity.Watch
07 - Seconds2 quarantined women set aside their differences to grapple with death of their husbands due to Covid-19.Watch
08 - Two Ply Over The Cuckoo's NestA piece of toilet paper living life in quarantine.Watch
09 - What We May Be2020 through the eyes of a child.Watch
10 - Stay PutQuarantine changes everything.Watch
11 - Q&AWatch
Synopsis: Films made in Quarantine/isolation of theme of Isolation.
Directed by Alice Victoria Winslow
It’s 1692 Salem, the year of the infamous Salem Witch Trials. Except, the internet exists, and Puritan Style Guru Sarah Winsley’s online channel has made her a New World celebrity. But when a panic of evil bedevils the community, Sarah can’t be sure what it is that’s ailing her–is she bewitched or is she a witch? Humor and grief intermingle in this reflection on fear, the need for attention, and the devil within.
alone. together. – (0:39:40)
Directed by Alexandra Conway
A group of people attempt to connect via their computers on a Saturday during “stay at home” orders.
Benji – (0:14:51)
Directed by Cassidy Kidd
A young girl deals with loneliness in the apocalypse by talking to her stuffed animal, Benji. Over time Benji begins to start talking back. Filmed on an iPhone in the middle of the Corona-Virus lock down, many of the scenes had only one person on set.
“Don’t Be Dumb Use Your Thumb” – (0:00:30)
Directed by Kat Conway
Quarantine Now – (0:02:05)
Directed by Jackie Mah
Quarantine Now is a film about one woman’s experience of living in quarantine. Things start out well, but deteriorate quickly, and by day 65, she’s descended into madness.
River – (0:16:19)
Directed by Emily Skye
River is a psychological sci-fi thriller that follows River Allen, a 20-something woman who searches for her fragmented identity. After her mother’s death, River has spiraled emotionally out of control. When she disappears for over a week with no recollection of how she returned home, River loses all sense of self and purpose. Disturbing, nightmarish images haunt her mind. She believes that she has lost her grip on reality, which she believes is due to her grieving for her departed mother. But a darker, undiscovered secret taunts her. River’s best friend, Amanda Banks, guides her on a self-discovery journey to find the truth. However, River soon discovers that Amanda conceals her own frightening secrets. Faced with her shattered psyche, River fights for her sanity that is tormented by nightmares that have originated from the surrounding forest. Will she uncover the disturbing truth that could save her, or will she slip deeper into insanity?
Seconds – (0:09:01)
Directed by Tina Huang
Two quarantined women set aside their differences to grapple with the death of their husbands due to Covid-19.
This short film was made during isolation due to the pandemic.
Two Ply Over The Cuckoo’s Nest – (0:01:20)
Directed by Kate J Miller
A piece of toilet paper living life in quarantine.
What We May Be – (0:03:48)
Directed by Louise Flory
2020 through the eyes of a child.
Stay Put. – (0:13:51)
Directed by: Stephanie Cullen, Scott Grady, Jared Hallock, April Matson, Katie Preston
Quarantine changes everything.
Kate J Miller