20-minute “Freeborn” short bolsters feature length appeal, confirms Tasha is a total bitch

A. Quinton — Jul. 24th 2012

Anthony Brownrigg’s Freeborn project has moved into phase 3 of its fundraising effort, and this round is supported by a short film that looks pretty slick. Tasha’s Decision provides 20 minutes of backstory for an antagonist Brownrigg describes as “quite the witch with a B.”

I liked Tasha’s Decision the movie, but I detested Tasha’s actual decision, and I found her throughly unlikeable besides. I guess that was the point, though! Check it out yourself, and if you’d like a chance to hate Tasha for 120 minutes instead of just 20, consider contributing to the Indiegogo campaign.

  • Baeroth

    I disagree with your opinion on the character Tasha; I can empathize with her, and I don’t dislike her at all. She doesn’t seem to be “a witch with a B” since (it seems) she feels remorseful. But I guess she’s still technically a bitch. Or a werebitch. Close enough.

  • Glad someone finally is helping spread the word about the short film and the third phase funding!!!!