Dir. Juliette McCawley (Trinidad & Tobago, 2019) 15:30 min / Rated PG-13
A young widower lives in self-imposed exile deep in the country, haunted by a tragic secret. One day an unexpected visitor from his past makes him confront his shattered life.
Juliette’s McCawley’s short films have been screened in film festivals worldwide. Originally from Trinidad, Juliette McCawley spent 15 years as an actor before directing her first short in the US. After moving to Shanghai, she spent the next 5 years producing, writing and directing short films and corporate videos. In 2010 she studied Advanced Film Directing at Central Film School London. After returning to Trinidad she wrote and directed “One Good Deed” which went on to be screened in several festivals around the world. It was awarded the Jury Prize for Best Short Film at the Caribbean Tales International Film Festival. Since her return to Trinidad, she has gone on to work with several production companies and collaborated on award-winning narrative feature films and documentaries.