Auckland filmmaker, Zoe McIntosh, has been winning big with her most recent short film, The World in your Window.
The story is about eight-year-old Jesse, who lives in a twilight world of sadness and silence, squeezed into a tiny caravan with his grief stricken father.
The 15 minute short won the prestigious Prix Etudiant de la Jeunesse at the 2017 Clermont Ferrand film festival. And has screened at Tribeca, Palm springs, Rhode Island, Busan International film festivals and Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia, where it was awarded Best international short film, out of 9000 entries.
Director Zoe McIntosh explains.