*Online Premiere* Two estranged sisters reckon with the truth of their relationship. “Ludere,” by director Ryan Henry Knight, is a haunting portrait of grief and guilt told with measured simplicity, and spare but potent visuals. In the aftermath of a tragedy, the sisters reunite to get answers and come to terms with their family past. They blame each other for being selfish or not being there for one another. One of them describes a premonition she had about a classmate that mirrors the distance in the sibling relationship. With its fractured timeline (alternating between black&white and color), ghostly images and performances, and otherworldly soundscape, it exists somewhere beyond reality and succeeds as a highly distinctive piece of experimental cinema. Made as a student project at the Savannah College of Art and Design. [Watch on YouTube]. (16 minutes). Written, Directed, Edited, and Produced by: Ryan Henry Knight. Starring: Camara Bomani, Kayla Dixon, and Zipporah Dorsey. Co-Producer: Janet Rose. Composer: Ahab Mullick. Wardrobe and Styling: Luigi Thomas. Stylist: Amira Richardson. Sound: Dwain Lamar Coleman and Elijah Johnson.