The Hollow One

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USA | 2015 | 97 minutes | Nathan Hendrickson

Rachel and Anna return home two years after their mother’s death, and find the town abandoned with their house left in disgusting disarray. When Rachel begins hallucinating about their dead mother and some ancient artifact, terrifying clues begin falling into place surrounding their family’s past. Director Nathan Hendrickson and producer Sherry Floyd scheduled to attend.

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Rachel and Anna don’t know anything about their mother’s past—it’s a well-kept secret that they’re careful not to bring up. So when their dad receives an envelope in the mail full of documents and strange artifacts that somehow tie into their mother’s background, the girls are thrilled and intrigued. What do all these strange symbols and this ancient-looking device have to do with their mom? Their curiosity is quickly extinguished when Rachel and her boyfriend Matt are driving home from a party one night in the middle of nowhere and accidentally hit and kill Rachel’s mother. It’s now a couple of years later and Rachel and Anna live in Seattle, having left the small farm-town they grew up in after their father suffered a nervous breakdown. They return home for the first time since their mother’s death and find the town virtually empty, their old house in a disgusting state of disarray, and the neighbors they once knew acting very strange. Paired with Rachel’s terrifying hallucinations and their missing father, they start thinking back to that mysterious envelope. This intense nail-biter combines truly horrifying imagery and sound effects with an authentically eerie atmosphere that will have you jumping in your seat.

Director Biography
Nathan Hendrickson is the Cinematic Manager for a prominent local video game company and is responsible for the award winning cinematics in the game of the year "Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor." Before entering the video game realm, Nathan was a Writer/Producer/Director for Lockert, Jackson and Associates where he won multiple local and national awards for his work. Nathan resides in Washington state and is actively working on building bridges between the local gaming and film industries and community.

Sponsored by Shoreline Community College, 4Culture, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Washington State Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, CityArts, Women In Film/Seattle

  • Director: Nathan Hendrickson
  • Principal Cast: Kate Alden, Jesse James, Chelsea Farthing, Tony Doupé, Tonya Skoog
  • Premiere Status: World Premiere
  • Country: USA
  • Year: 2015
  • Running Time: 97 minutes
  • Producer: Lorraine Montez, Sherry Floyd, Nathan Hendrickson, Tony Doupé, Brian Pamintuan
  • Screenplay: Nathan Hendrickson
  • Cinematographers: Connor Hair
  • Editors: Nathan Hendrickson, Fred Beahm
  • Music: Nathan Grigg, Brian Pamintuan
  • Website: Official Film Website
  • Filmography: Debut Feature Film
  • Language: English
  • Format: DCP