During West Virginia's 2014 Elk River chemical spill, a first-generation college student charged with the care of her rebellious younger sister instead becomes consumed by an issue with their water supply.
Currently in film festivals. See awards below.
A 2017 Columbia MFA Thesis & Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Short Production
Written and directed by Ursula Ellis
Co-Produced by Gena Ellis
Cinematography by Nick Perron-Siegel
Edited by Russell Yaffe
AWARDS AND FESTIVAL
2018 March On Washington Film Festival, D.C.
2018 Tupelo Film Festival (WINNER, Best Student Short)
2018 Green Mountain Film Festival, VT
2017 Lone Star Film Festival, Ft. Worth, TX (WINNER: Best Student Short)