“Alice and Huck” is a short film that explores timing and desire in a universe where it's possible to try, try again. Two people search for the right time or place to connect. They stumble across one another, in moments of heartbreak, impossibility, in the arms of others, finally colliding.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Kaleena Kiff was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, but now makes her home in the Vancouver film industry. After a career as a child actor, she moved behind the camera in 2005, producing the award-winning short film “When Jesse Was Born”. Since then she's produced a number of 35mm projects as well as trailers and on-set documentaries for TV shows including “Smallville” for Warner Bros. As a director, Kaleena is screening her 10th short film , “The Morning After” in the National Screen Institue of Canada's Online Film Festival. This spring she directed a travel pilot entitled “Have Shoes Will Travel”. Moreover, Kaleena has just completed a 16mm short film called “Alice & Huck”. For the remainder of 2008 she will be doing a directing mentorship on the television show, “Supernatural”.