A woman wakes up in a world where time has frozen around her. She is forced to relive moments in her life and discover what happened.
Here it is guys! The Kickstarter for my short film has just been launched. Even if you can’t give any money, just help me spread the word so I can find people that would be interested!
It’s going to be a great and exciting project and I appreciate all you help! And all you patience as I post this. Repeatedly….
Promotional Graphic for SO:LO!
SO:LO is an upcoming sci fi romance short film which follows a young astronomer who wakes up in a…
Facebook page for SO:LO is up! Come on, like it! I know you want to!
A few on set photos from the Test Shoot for SO:LO!
Upstream Color by Shane Carruth
More visual inspiration from Upstream Color.
The latest from Kiri Tamte-Horan (@thesolofim). Information on the upcoming short film, SO:LO. The film follows a woman named Nelly who wakes up in a world where time has stopped
Everlasting love for everyone who supports the film <3
Some previous work for you guys to chew on! Its called shitty things and pancakes. Enjoy and stay tuned for more on SO:LO!
This song was one of the inspirations for writing SO:LO. So many beautiful visual images came to mind.
I imagined one woman walking slowly through a crowd of people who were frozen in time, the light reflecting on the screen slightly as she touched one of the people as if in a dream.
All of Patrick Watson’s music is so beautiful, can you picture it?
Definitely taking some low budget sci-fi cues from Another Earth. It’s less about the surreal world the characters are dropped into than the journey they go on.
I mean, if SO:LO turned out that good…
Professor José Senovilla
SO:LO is based on a real theory that one day time will come to an end.
And currently, it’s very lonely. Help a filmmaker out and spread the word, spread the twitter, and follow for news on the project!
Another piece of Visual Style inspiration. If only SO:LO was taking place in The Bathtub.
Behn always has the perfect amount of magic and fantasy in his films, which I would love to achieve as well. By the way, have you seen the short that he used to raise money to make Beasts? Check it out here!!
More info on SO:LO coming soon!
Visual Style inspiration for SO:LO from Upstream Color (dir. Shane Carruth).
The way the light catches on the screen is beautiful, and I have always been a sucker for a great handheld shot.
Stay tuned for more on my Short Film Thesis, SO:LO!