Hueman is about a middle-aged man whose life is falling apart. As he and his two daughters are broke down on a rural road, Kenneth finds himself unable to respond to the demands of job and family. During a hypnotic moment he gives in to the the colors - thus the title Hueman - that infiltrate his senses and obvious failings. Emerging from this transfixed state of mind, Kenneth chooses to escape his current madness. This short film was written and directed by Krista Pescalia, audio/video student at North Lamar High School, Paris, Texas. #UILYoungFilmmakersCompetition2020
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Screenwriter/director Krista Pescalia, a senior at North Lamar High School, advanced to the state finals in the UIL Young Filmmakers competition. Her narrative film “Hueman” was selected as one of the top six out of 263 entries.
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