Neon ghosts dreaming in dead landscapes.
OFFICIAL SELECTION Slamdance Film Festival, 2017
WINNER: GEM STATE AWARD Sun Valley Film Festival, 2016
“Plena Stellarum is a darkly meditative piece that marries a Kenneth Anger occult sensibility and esthetic with elements of ‘80s video arcade.” -Paul Sbrizzi, Slamdance
“…an amazing, trippy, animated short film that really took everyone by storm in the contest. Long story short, I think every prejudge and every jury member had this film on their “yes” list which hardly ever happens.” -Don R. Lewis, Hammer to Nail
“It is eerily disruptive.” -Andrew Mack, Screen Anarchy
“Wade’s manifestation of these neon ghosts sort of felt like Space Invaders meets Poltergeist, an odd yet strangely effective weaving together of external influences forcing their way into one’s internal psyche.” -Richard Propes, The Independent Critic
“This is not a reduced version of a feature Wade couldn’t afford to make, it is an interesting, original entry into an art form in its own right.” -Andrew Young, UK Film Review