Cléo and Alex struggle to connect

Cléo is a struggling actress. She finds it difficult to communicate her new found activity to her girlfriend even though she is empowered by it.

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LaurelWinner Best Short - LGBTQ+ Los Angeles Film Festival 2021
LaurelWinner Best LGBTQ+ Short Film - LaFemme Short Film Festival 2021
LaurelOfficial Selection - Indie Memphis Competition Shorts 2021
LaurelOfficial Selection - Provincetown Film Festival 2022
LaurelOfficial Selection - British Independent Film Festival 2022
LaurelOfficial Selection - New York Shorts International 2021
LaurelOfficial Selection - Pride Queer Film Festival, Perth, Australia 2022
LaurelOfficial Selection - Reelout Queer Film Festival 2022
LaurelOfficial Selection - Image+Nation Festival Film LGBTQ 2021
LaurelOfficial Selection - Lesflicks 2022
LaurelOfficial Selection - aGLIFF Film Festival 2021
LaurelOfficial Selection - LGBTQ Love Story Film Festival 2022

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Elina Street

Elina Street (she/her) is a French American director and writer based in New York City. Her storytelling focuses on the world of childhood with an emphasis on female and non-binary representation. Elina’s career began in the U.K., and her first documentary A Journey to the Circus was selected at the British Film Institute (B.F.I) and the BAFTA qualifying London Short Film Festival. She went on to direct fiction and her short narrative period piece, Alice and Lewis, starring Lollie McKenzie from West End’s Matilda the Musical has screened at over 20 festivals internationally. Elina moved to the U.S. to complete an MA in Film at NYU Tisch School of the Arts and work as a Director and AD on TV Shows, feature films, and commercials. Her TV credits include The Sinner for Showtime, The Break With Michelle Wolf for Netflix, Gotham for HBO and her commercial credits include clients such as Nike, Meta, Shiseido, Audible, and Estée Lauder. She was a recent finalist for a commercial pitch for Lexus in ELLE Magazine where she explored gender and race stereotypes in ballet culture.

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