2021 / Malaysia / 10.06 minutes / dir. Audrie Yeo
Discovering a severed bird that is missing its body, Ah Ger decides to make a mock body for the poor creature and give it a proper burial. Her intentions prompt an unexpected visit by the ghost of her late grandmother appearing in the form of the dead bird, urging her to help find and care for her egg.
Her actions caused her to be terribly misunderstood and punished by her mother.
Audrie is a graduate of the National Institute of Arts and Culture (ASWARA) with a degree in film and video, majoring in directing. Her passion for filmmaking has driven her to direct a number of short films, music videos, fashion videos and digital contents for local and international markets, some of which had made headlines in film festivals.
Her works include “What Happened to the Green” which won her the 2008 Eco Film Fest and “Gigi” which was awarded the Best Screenplay Award at the 2015 BMW Shorties competition and screened at SeaShorts Film Festival 2017. Audrie was also the editor for the short film “It’s Easier to Raise Cattle” directed by Amanda Nell Eu which was in competition in the 74th Venice Film Festival. In 2018, she co-produced Amanda’s short film “Vinegar Baths”.
Audrie is currently involved in an indie feature project entitled “Tiger Stripes” produced by Ghost Grrrl Pictures.