The next step in our continued short film release drive is upon us. Baba Yaga, completed in 2011, is one of our most stylistically distinct pieces, and we hope you enjoy it. More on the way.
Baba Yaga is about many things without ever being explicit. Its motives and themes are purposely meant to overlap and loop back onto each other. Fact and fiction don’t matter to it, as history (the mother of the story) doesn’t care for it. Only the reader, looking back, does, but as you will see they are corrupted. Interpretation is everything and whether we’ve achieved any of what we’ve set out to do is entirely up to you.