SHORT FILM: ‘Tea Party After Hours’ by Nicole Alexandra Watlington

Tea Party After Hours is a 7-minute psychological drama about a young woman who wakes up in the middle of the night, only to encounter two strangers who seem to know more about her than she does.

The film follows this young woman as she struggles to remember who these people are, why they know so much, and what is it that she did the day before. 

Nicole Alexandra Watlington is a 23 year-old queer filmmaker from Puerto Rico. Tea Party After Hours is her first film although she has been working in the film industry as a post-production sound designer and sound editor for almost 5 years. Her goal is to continue working towards writing and directing more films in the future.

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