Posted by: michellemuldoon | March 23, 2016

NOVA Film Fest: Chaos Management

CHAOS Slumber

(Qelsey Zeeper as Abigail. Photo by Michelle Lamberson)

The “little film that could” does it again with our third screening, and second in two months.  Thank you to the Northern Virginia International Film and Music Festival (NOVA Fest) for including Chaos Management in their 2016 program.

We are a three minute short film with one person, in one setting. Our protagonist has an obstacle in her day, and yes, she finds a way to overcome it. All in two minutes and fifteen seconds (without credits).  It really is that simple. It’s a little dark, and a little funny. Okay, a lot dark and somewhat funny, but you get the message, it’s not quite your average cup of female protagonist tea.

  If a festival works with thematic blocks, we aren’t the easiest film to schedule so I am most thankful for every festival that screens Chaos Management.

NOVA Fest has been very kind to my work, screening Hey You last year, as well.  They are supportive of all filmmakers, regardless of budget, length and gender. In other words, they’re good people.

This is a festival that takes chances, and I would suggest you might want to put it on your application list for next year. It’s the kind of festival that welcomes the world.

Nova FF


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