WHO WE ARE
Our mission is to tell stories that convey humanity.
The Recluse goal is to showcase the truth and diversity of the human condition by using the many art forms within filmmaking and by collaborating with artists around the globe.
For many years the voices of women, LGBTQ and otherwise, have been silenced and ignored. They have been misrepresented with stereotypes and a simplicity that many of us have found disheartening.
At Recluse Films, we collaborate with women filmmakers, artists, producers, and writers, to create motion pictures that embolden our stories and highlight the importance of our culture.
We are creative. We are innovative. We have heart.
ROAD OF BYGONES
Three women embark on a road trip to retrieve the ashes of a figure from the past. Throughout their journey, they struggle with their odd dynamic and are forced to confront the taboo that is their past and present. "Road of Bygones" is a glimpse into the reality of a lesbian D/s relationship and the search for acceptance from those who we adore.
This feature-length film features the talent of Cinematographer Valentina Caniglia.
Starring Oriana Oppice, Astrid Ovalles, Sarah Jo, and Suzanne Sadler.
For more information and merchandise visit www.roadofbygones.com.
A short film about the coming-of-age story of Camp leader Rose and her encounter with Nurse Gin. This short story, set in the 1950s, depicts the journey and evolution of a friendship between a young woman and her counselor, at a time when their rapport would have been unlikely.
Camp Belvidere was an official selection at the Roze Filmdagen Film Festival in Amsterdam, Dyke Drama Film Festival in Australia, the New Filmmakers festival in New York City, Reeling LGBT festival in Chicago, the Barcelona International LGTIB festival, London Lesbian Film festival of Ontario, Canada, and the Women’s Independent Film Festival in California.
The short film was awarded Best Narrative Feature, Best Directing, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Actor, and Best Editing at the Women’s Independent Film Festival in California.
For more information and merchandise visit www.campbelvidere.com.
CREATURE OF LONELINESS
A short film created for the 48 Hour Film Project in NYC.
The entire film was written, filmed, and produced in 48 hours by David T. Hines, Daniel Guy, Lauren B. Martin, Ivana Pesic, Sarah jo, and Astrid Ovalles.
For more information on the 48 Hour Film Project visit www.48hourfilm.com