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We here at Fun Size Horror love to get the word out on new and exciting projects as well as up-and-coming filmmakers, and we have an interview that features both of those things. Revati Dhomse was one of Variety's 110 Students to Watch, winner of Best Feature Screenplay with her writing partner Hector Lowe, and is one of only eight women selected to be part of AFI's Directing Workshop for Women (DWW), an intensive program designed to give emerging talents the creative tools necessary to complete a short film or digital series. And Revati's short film, TRYPHINE, sounds right up our alley:

'Tryphine' is a horror and mystery that uses an atmosphere of utter dread to explore strong themes of immigration and feminist solidarity. It is a film that blends South-Asian cinema, Victorian Gothic visuals, and modern Thriller storytelling.

Give the interview a listen and hear her very compelling reason for why this story needs to be a horror film at it's one of our favorite answers we've gotten from an interview question.
Follow the link below to find out more about Revati, Tryphine, and how you can help get this awesome project made. 

Interview with Revati Dhomse

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