Your film All Things Hidden takes on the difficult, but important, subject of domestic violence. Can you describe how you went about planning and executing the portrayal of violence in this film?
Absolutely. First off, ATH is not another 'battered woman' story. I was adamant about that. This story is about the impact that being exposed to domestic violence has on a child, and the issues that that child is now faced with as an adult. We can only take so much violence sometimes, especially in film, and more so when the story dictates that the victim cannot fight back. It makes viewing the piece spiritually and emotionally frustrating. ATH explores what is left behind when a young person is faced with a traumatic experience.