directed by J. Christian Jensen/
Three children and an immigrant mother face a long and difficult winter in North Dakota, which has attracted many people seeking work during an oil boom.
“I showed up not knowing anyone or anything and sort of fell upon this story. I knew that I wanted to focus on the perspective of people that were outside on what was happening, and ultimately children seemed like the best fit for that story.”
– J. Christian Jensen, Director of White Earth
Issue 19: Short Films at the Oscars 2015