In the event of a sudden power outage, a mom and her two kids discover the unfamiliar night scene under the moonlight before the unexpected darkness ends.
Chelsea Xinyi Chen
Director / Writer
Born and raised in Shanghai, China, Chelsea is finishing her 4th year at the University of British Columbia as a BFA Film Production student. With a strong interest in art, culture, and sustainability, she wrote and directed I Will Keep Your Light (2018), which premiered at Montreal World Film Festival and Whistler Film Festival in 2018. She recently directed another short film Reverie (2019). She loves how film has the power of weaving together the things that she appreciates in life, and she hopes to continue making films that convey the beauty of humanity and nature.
Chelsea’s previous work experience includes research assistant at UBC Theatre & Film Department and jury interpreter at Shanghai International Film Festival. She is also the co-chair of POV UBC Film Festival since 2017. Her other work includes two promotional videos for UBC Theatre’s plays, Wives and Daughters and The Crucible.
Born and raised in Vancouver, Jamie is a 4th year Film Production student at the University of British Columbia. Her thesis film, “Inner Space” is her first produced short that she wrote and directed. Other credits include Naked Cinema V: Exposed as a co-director, cinematographer for Caid Dow’s short comedy It’s A Boy, and producer for Chelsea Xinyi Chen’s short drama Reverie.
An aspiring writer-director, Jamie is also an alumni of the Arts Club’s LEAP Playwriting Intensive and VACT’s MSG Lab. She hopes to travel the world working in writing rooms and directing for the screen.
Ian W. Mrozewski is a Polish-Canadian cinematographer based in Vancouver, BC.