2.5 min. trailer for Spirit Ship (2011), a short film directed by Kristin B. Eno and produced by Little Creatures Films. More info and updates:

Film Synopsis: Through a series of events, particularly the discovery of many strange and haunting personal artifacts strewn along the sea shore, three children eventually come to see beyond the living world, into the spirit realm, where three young victims of a shipwreck are also wandering. The story takes place against the backdrop of several untouched historic and natural environments along the Red Hook waterfront.

Background: Kristin Eno founded Little Creatures Films in 2008 to make live action films with young children, informed by her M.Ed. research (Columbia Teachers College, 2004) and practice (Digital Story Workshop, 2004-2008). For ten years, Kristin has collaborated with young children and their parents and teachers in New York City and all over the world to make videos based upon the children's original imaginative play and stories.

Running Time: 17 min.
Format: HD video, Super 8

Producers: Kristin and Sean Eno
Executive Producers: Patricia Arriaga, Mariana Cano, Bárbara Mancilla & Karla Martinez
Associate Producers: Kathy and Sandy Brenneman, Adam Spence, ktcreature

Spirit Children: Anastasia Shaw, Milo Hughes, Sophia Georgiou

Earth Children: Heaven Griem, Lindsy Lee, Maya Lee

Story: Kristin B. Eno, Damaris Cozza, Sean Eno

Assistant to Director: Damaris Cozza

Director of Photography: Roman Jaquez

First AD, Second Camera: Henri Falconi

Super 8 Photography: Sean Eno

Sound Design and Recordist: John Moros

Assistant Sound Recordist: Rory Cash

Score: Sean Eno

Costume Design: Sarah Hoit, Kathy Malone, Elisha Georgiou

Property Master: Kristy Van Alstyne

Titles: Sean Eno

Production Assistants: Lainie Anderson, Mike Radvak

Grip: Brian Welsh

Child Wrangler: Shariffa Martinez

Still Photographer: Liz Eno

Editor: Michelle Chang

Co-Editor: Erin Martell

Community Liaison: Ray Hall

Post-Production Assistant: Jenna Haley

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