Wish is a short film written and directed by local filmmaker Norman Tumolva. The story is a modern day genie tale that conjures themes of how we deal with failure and loss in our lives. Shooting four days last week around downtown Seattle, in Pioneer Square and the University District, the film utilizes local settings as well as, local talent with a sizable crew of twenty three. The short will be a suspenseful, spectral narrative, sure to make audiences both squirm at times, as well instill thought provoking contemplation. Sincere characters and delicate dialogue form the basis for this modern day genie story that’s core thematic elements explore the disparagement of attaining redemption through avarice and the folly of dealing with loss through denial. The film team is currently in the process of production and hopes to submit the film to festivals later this year. You can get a behind the scenes look at the film crew in action with the video below and give your support at their Kickstarter page at the link above.