A family-friendly story that explores concepts of friendship and solitude, the film follows Devin and Alice as they spend their last day together before Alice moves out of the countryside. With their objective of watching the sunset equinox at the lookout, they journey to the lookout and found refuge in the immersive forest as a playground for their imaginations. Yet, despite their aspirations, Devin and Alice could not escape the inevitable reality of losing each other. So while Alice struggles to accept her new life in the city, Devin hopes to find closure in their relationship by departing from his dependency of his best friend.
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Director / Writer
Cindy Hojung Hah was born in Seoul, Korea and travelled many places including Japan, China, US, Europe before she finally landed in Vancouver. She has been interested in CG animations and editing since she started realizing that films are not actually all “real”, but made instead. She then went into the UBC film production program and has edited and produced many student films, including Broken Castle and Eggshells. In this year, she wrote and directed Baby Blue, that is very related to her mother’s experience. She is very excited to participate in other films in the future, hopefully in Asia.
Cindy Hojung Hah
Ian Tan is a Malaysian-born filmmaker in his fourth year in UBC’s Film Production program.
An aspiring film editor, his editing credits include this year’s In the Autumn Woods, The Left Behind, Off Balance, and Inner Space. This year also marks his first year as a Director of Photography for In the Autumn Woods and Absence. He absolutely enjoys the collaborative process of filmmaking and one day hopes to edit feature films for the big screen.