3 Awards For Indie Ghost Tale ‘Let Go’


Canadian filmmaker Isabel Dréan’s short film Let Go has been nominated for three awards at The Los Angeles New Wave International Film Festival. The ceremony will take place on November 14th, 2015 at the Promenade Playhouse Theatre in Santa Monica, CA. The short is up for awards in ‘Best Short Film’, ‘Best Directing’ and ‘Best Cinematography’.

Let Go tells the story of a mother struggling with the tragic loss of her daughter. Starring Claudia Ferri (the mother), Jaz Coté Dréan (the son Mathis) and Milan Coté Dréan (the daughter Claire), the short film’s key members include Philippe Toupin (cinematographer), Maxime PoirierNage Canchola (editors), and Jérôme Boisvert (Score).

Isabel Dréan (@isabeldrean) is an award-winning filmmaker who delves into the Psychological Thriller, Murder Mystery, and Suspense/Horror genres. Originally from Montreal, Canada, Isabel is the founder of Kebweb.tv, the first independent web series online platform in Quebec.

“This film is very personal to me as I made it with my own children. As a mother, nothing is scarier than the thought of losing a child. It was a very challenging artistic process.  Every one involved was passionate about the project, I’m happy that our team is getting recognized for their effort.”, she said.

You can check out the trailer for the film below.

Let Go – Trailer from Kebweb.tv on Vimeo.

One thought on “3 Awards For Indie Ghost Tale ‘Let Go’

  • noahjj226@gmail.com'
    November 17, 2015 at 8:04 pm

    Will this eventually be a full movie? I really love the concept and I would definitely want to watch a full length production of this.


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