It takes a tragedy to make one leap into the future. In the short film, Incognito, a doctor tries to analyze a patient’s claim that she was from the past. As the doctor pieces the clues, he learns the truth about this mysterious woman.
Here’s the full storyline:
In early 90s Los Angeles, a young woman named Isabel claims to have teleported from the past. Authorities remain skeptical of her narrative and later whisk her off to a mental asylum where she confronts her primary doctor, Dr. Phares. While Phares’s preliminary diagnosis matches up with the police’s speculation, he soon becomes convinced that the enigmatic “Isabel” might have been telling the truth throughout her time in the asylum. As Phares stumbles upon a clue from a mysterious letter along with Isabel’s other belongings, a shocking discovery about Isabel’s disappearance spurs him to take the case into his own hands.
The film stars Tom Wade, Autumn Harrison, Greg Kriek, and Jodi Bianca Wise. Jacky Song directed the short film from a script by Song and Jordan Dotson.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with actress Autumn Harrison and director/writer Jacky Song on the project. We talked about filming in two different time periods, the cinematography, and the approach.
Autumn Harrison is an actress in many short films and indie projects. Some of the film projects included Danni and the Vampire, Boiling Pot, Woman in the Arena, and The Dead and the Damned.
Jacky Song graduated from the Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television with a degree in directing, film production, and screenwriting. He has gone on to directing a few emotionally intense short films, including The Last Silence and Lonely In The Dusk.
Incognito was showcased at the recent Beverly Hills Film Festival this year.
Watch the exclusive interview below. Let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Beverly Hills Film Festival