From the director: I am a young woman who has experienced sexual violence in my life, and I am giving a year of service to try to empower girls to express themselves positively and have access to support that could protect them. This film is a reflection of my personal history through my relationships and how I remember myself. By making this film I had a unique opportunity to reflect on my past, including my own trauma, and think about how I wanted to present myself in a way I had never done before.
Elizabeth Davis is an artist from Omaha, Nebraska who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Kansas City Art Institute in Animation and Art History. Davis regularly combines those disciplines in her studio practice and is developing a blog following the history of animation. She has taught creative workshops at the (402) Arts Collective in Omaha, NE and freelances around the Midwest. Her work has been featured by Kansas City Public Television and on the blog Tin House Reels.