Director: Isabel Dréan
Producer: Isabel Dréan
Writer: Isabel Dréan
Cinematographer: Philippe Toupin
Editor: Nage Canchola
Synopsis: If happiness is family, how does one keep on living when losing a child? For Anna, life comes to a halt when she loses her daughter in an accident. She is torn between her living young son, Mathis and the memory of her beloved daughter, Claire. Mathis, however, acts like everything is the same. No tears, no sadness. But why would he be sad when to him, his sister is still present and he keeps talking to her like she's still alive? In her struggle, Anna will have to make difficult decisions. Will she be able to let go of this extraordinary love that binds them? Can this love keep them together even through death? Or should she let go?
Screening Time: October 25th 7:30 pm
Isabel Dréan (Writer/Director/Producer) - Isabel Dréan is an award-winning filmmaker. Psychological Thriller, Murder Mystery, and Suspense/ horror is her forte. Originally from Montreal, Canada, Isabel Dréan is the founder of Kebweb.tv, the first independent webseries online plateform in Quebec. In 2011, The Independent Production Fund financed Kebweb’s first dramatic webseries, the murder mystery Manigances. With more than half a million viewers, a 2nd season followed, as well as a distribution deal with TVA Films with two DVD and VOD releases, and two TV movies on Canadian Cable Television. The series went on to win multiple awards and nominations around the world, including Best Directing (Hollyweb Awards /Austin Webfest) Outstanding Drama (LA Web Awards) and Best Suspense/Thriller Series in Hollywood and Australia. Finally they received a Silver Medal at the renowned NY Television & Film Festival for Best Online Entertainment Program in 2014. The same year, Kebweb signed a development TV deal in the US. In August 2015, Isabel’s first short film Let Go, a grim tale about the loss of a child, was premiered at the Fantasia International Festival. She and Celine Benett, her writing partner, are currently Quarter Finalists in the prestigious Academy’ Nicholl Fellowship with their first screenplay Welcome To Aberdeen. They are currently looking for a producer and financing for their second screenplay Wicca, a low-budget teen horror fairy tale. Isabel spends her time between Montreal and L.A. with her two children.