A Supernatural short film set in rural 1930s, mixing a period-piece look with bold visuals inspired by Suspiria and Neon Demon.

Atlas World

A malignant spirit forces a girl into a perilous journey through a watery underworld.

“The accompanying music and seamless use of color create a film that works in every way. Every new scene brings its own palette of hues and emotions. In seven short minutes, director Morgana McKenzie breathes life into a world that feels only slightly impossible. The attention to detail and suspense put the film in a league with the new masters of horror.”

Vox Magazine – Citizen Jane Film Festival


Desperate measures are taken to escape a violent world concealed within an isolated cottage.

“Director Morgana McKenzie does a wonderful job of slowly revealing the secrets that Stephen has, always making sure to surprise viewers at every turn. Things are never what they appear to be in this short. Every time we figure something out, McKenzie throws another twist in that not only reveals more of the story, but takes the previous revelations into a new direction.”

Future of Film Showcase 2016 Review

We All Go the Same

In a timeless world of fairy tales, villains and victims are visited by a vengeful fairy who offers to shift the balance of power.

“Many films at the festival were interesting, in terms of their topics, but not all that well-thought-out in terms of visuals. McKenzie’s visuals are beautiful.”

April 2016 Viewing Diary | The Sheila Variations

Older Films

For information about some of my earlier works, visit the Older Films page.