In the midst of World War II, a young woman must decide if she is willing to defy both social expectations and her family by joining the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps.
Filmmaker Bio: Laura G. Chirinos is a SoCal native and avid creative storyteller. As co-founder of production company Before North, she produced three independent features and numerous music videos. She directed her first short film, Revelations, which screened at domestic and international festivals including HollyShorts, Lady Filmmakers and London’s Portobello Film Festival, and was picked up for distribution by outlets Gaiam and ShortsHD. In 2015, Chirinos’ short film The Last Deal was given the Boys & Girls Club National Award of Achievement. In 2017, Chirinos was part of key personnel to establish the inaugural Los Angeles session of the female-led non-profit Camp Reel Stories, and was a Page International Screenwriting Awards semi-finalist with co-written short script History of Intent. As a freelance music photographer, Chirinos has shot eclectic artists such as Janelle Monae, Portishead, Solange, The Dillinger Escape Plan, FKA Twigs, Nick Cave, Savages, Wu-Tang Clan, Bat For Lashes, and Run The Jewels.