Sequestered in a futuristic cell, a woman races against time vying for every morsel of food.
When the puzzles become more difficult, she is forced to make the crucial choice between her desire and her destiny.
Writer/director: Jamie Oon
Producer: Paul Erskine
Cruxberry is a sci-fi avant garde short film intended to promote thought and discussion into humanity’s hope for the future.
As the film’s writer/director, there’s nothing I think sums up humanity better than its definition of humaneness. I think the message of kindness is one that is so important yet so underrated that it needs to be spread.
If that is the only message that audiences take away from this film I would be happy but if they also take away the courage to question their own prejudices, to stand away from the crowd when they feel something isn’t right … I would die happy.
About Jamie Oon
Jamie is the co-founder of Clover Kiwi Productions. The production company’s objective is to produce high quality micro-budget productions with a strong focus on original stories and concepts that hope to push boundaries within the industry.
Her debut film, The Girl in a Blue Dress, premiered at the Museum of Moving Image in Astoria, New York as part of the 2015 Queens World Film Festival. The film is based on her feature-length script of the same name which also placed in the top 5% of the 2015 Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science Nicholl Fellowship.
To date, Jamie is the author of 11 feature-length screenplays and the writer/director of seven short films which have screened in over 30 festivals worldwide garnering awards in the US, Canada and New Zealand.
She is currently in post-production on her latest film, an apocalyptic sci-fi story, Theorem.