Resa Tela is an artistic collective committed to exploring feminine and diverse expression that challenges, educates and ultimately inspires.
 
 
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RESA TELA;

verb (itailan)

translation:

  1. surrender canvas

  2. mystical reverence

Resa Tela is an artistic collective committed to exploring feminine and diverse expression that challenges, educates and ultimately inspires.

Where narratives of healing are celebrated and new mythologies CAN be created.


Myths are the cultural stories of our origins and our purpose. They define what is possible, shape who we are, and lead us to what we can be.
— Anodea Judith.
 
 
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Zohie BLANCHE Castellano - Founder & Creative Director

Zohie Blanche Castellano is a writer, director, and designer from Melbourne, Australia. 

Zohie has always gravitated towards projects that feature unconventional forms of collaboration, pushing the boundaries of collective expression and understanding. In 2015, she formed the collective Resa Tela Films, from which her first short film as writer and director emerged: the fantastical ORACLE.> LEARN MORE

 
 

ORACLE

Short Film 2017 (Completed)

 
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Magic is the art of changing consciousness at will.
— Dione Fortune
 
 
 

A young girl discovers a world of pagan magic where she must pass the test by the old witch if she ever wants to see her mother again.

A mystical reimagining of the Slavic tale ‘Baba Yaga’, ORACLE explores the Maiden, Mother and Crone archetypes to question our relationships with nature, time, and our own intuition.

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writer / director Zohie Castellano • producer Ela Furdas • executive producers Natasha Gadd, Marsha Pavia & Zohie Castellano

cinematography Sean T. Barnes • editor Patrick McCabe • production design Leah Popple • Composer Steve Benwell • sound design Jed Palmer • still photography © Brett Walker


 

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