Eleanor Wilson’s is our fourth funding recipient for her film LOW ROAD.
LOW ROAD is a tense slow burning thriller about a woman consumed by the image of her husband’s affair. She takes to the country to clear her head and becomes entangled in a bigger injustice.
About Low Road: Kate takes to the country to clear her head. Amongst the solitude, she finds herself in a suffocating thought pattern, replaying the image of her husband’s affair. In an attempt to shake it off, her bad day gets worse when she sprains her knee on an evening run. Alone in the darkening landscape, she seeks help from the nearest strangers.
What the funds go toward: sound mix and color grading; allowing Wilson access to a more professional look and sound on the film.
About: Eleanor Wilson is a writer/director/producer from Adelaide, Australia. In addition to making films, she is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, co-founder of the Picture Farm Film Festival, and a freelance commercial producer.
She is an alumna of the Film Victoria Producer’s Attachment Program and the Spruceton Inn Artists Residency. Her award winning short films have played at countless festivals throughout the world, with her first, POSSUM, winning best short film at the inaugural Nitehawk Shorts Fest in 2013. EVERYTHING ALL AT ONCE, starring J. Smith-Cameron, premiered on sundance.tv. Her latest short film, LOW ROAD, was written as part of the Write By The Sea residency at the Lighthouse International Film Festival and is a recipient of The Future Of Film Is Female grant.
She is currently in development for her feature directorial debut SAVE YOURSELVES!, co-directed by Alex H. Fischer (Snowy Bing Bongs) and producing a feature documentary, EXPOSURE, with Holly Morris (The Babushkas Of Chernobyl), which has filmed in Iceland, Oman and the North Pole.
As a commercial producer, her clients include Campbell's Soup, Coach, City Parks Alliance, ESPN, Fossil, Google, Instagram, One Vote At A Time and West Elm.
You’ll be able to catch the World Premiere of Low Road at the Nitehawk Shorts Festival this November.