SOLICITUDE – A Powerful 96-Second Short Film On Mental Health (Depression, Loneliness, Suicide) And What Each One Of Us Could Do To CHANGE It

Actor/writer Uday Krishna, Christina Perez (the director, editor, background score) and Emmanuel Vega (DOP, Lights) together shot the 96-second film SOLICITUDE in three hours using one location (an empty club house of an apartment community). The short film manages to succinctly convey its message on mental health, depression, suicide with a positive ending on what each one of us could do to better the situation within our own network.


With quarantine and remote work, mental health has become essential.


 
 

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BIO: Uday Krishna is an actor and writer. He has acted in plays, short films, student short films (NYFA, Art Institute of Washington DC), commercials and industrials. He has written and directed one act plays in amateur theatre in the DC area and will be having five of his short play scripts performed by another group in Canada. He also actively volunteered in different creative projects (and is a Sundance Volunteer). He is currently working on a feature film script and is looking for collaborators and investors.

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Solicitude – A crisp, cinematic 96-second short film on mental health (depression, loneliness, suicide) and what each one of us could do to CHANGE it.  In times of quarantine and remote work, mental health has become essential. Writer/actor Uday Krishna’s Solicitude spotlights mental health, depression, and suicide with a positive ending on how all of us can improve within our own network. Uday along with Christina Perez (the director, editor, background score) and Emmanuel Vega (DOP, Lights) shot this short in three hours using one location.