Australia | 2018 | 11 Minutes | Director: Heidi Lee Douglas
In the wild forests of Tasmania, battle lines are drawn between loggers and environmental activists. Seeking proof of an endangered animal, ambitious science student Eddy goes a step too far and gets bitten. She returns triumphant to the activist camp manned by a skeleton crew of hardcore activist women, and hides her injury. But when loggers attack the camp Eddy’s bite turns nasty and the changes overtaking her body become a threat to all sides.
After working as an award winning multi-skilled documentary filmmaker for 15 years throughout Australia and the South Pacific, Heidi Lee Douglas transitioned into writing, directing and co-producing drama films with a passion for creating entertaining, socially conscious thrillers and horrors. Her first drama short the gothic thriller Little Lamb premiered at Fantastic Fest and has since been officially selected for more than two dozen genre festivals worldwide, picking up many awards and nominations. Little Lamb has also been selected for international broadcast by ShortsTV and was also chosen for the women in genre anthology feature film 7 From Etheria, releasing theatrically in the USA and on Amazon.