"The concepts raised in “The Book of Jane” are profound
and often complex and provide evidence of the artistic power
that can be generated through underground filmmaking."
- (5 stars) filmthreat.com

~ Excerpt and Synopsis (no spoilers) ~

An excerpt; three scenes (not a trailer)

Alice (Marianne Shine), a Professor of Comparative Religion, is writing a book exalting the primordial feminist values of pre-Hellenic goddess mythologies. One day she encounters Jane (Luna Olcott), an enigmatic elder who roams the university campus, sleeps under a bridge, and rattles her with disturbing insights. Alice's domestic partner Colette (Madeline H.D. Brown) is an inspired artist who paints goddess portraits. On hearing about Jane, she persuades Alice to invite her over for dinner. "The Book of Jane" is an urban fable of Feminine initiation for three women of different generations attempting to embody the values of an ancient culture -- at a deep cost none of them expected.

~ The Cast ~

"The central performances by Luna Olcott and Marianne Shine are astonishing.
These women brilliantly absorb the idiosyncratic failings and triumphs of their
respective characters, resulting in a pair of in-depth creations that resonate
with a myriad of emotions."
- Phil Hall, filmthreat.com (5 stars)

Luna Olcott as "Jane", Marianne Shine as "Alice"
and Madeline H.D. Brown as "Colette"

Madeline HD Brown as "Colette"

Morpheus Ravenna as "The Morrigan"
Felecia W. Faulkner as "Detective Aymes"
Duncan Cook as "The Apartment Manager"
Nathan Rosquist as "Tom the Student"
Brian Livingston
as "The Coroner"
Sylvi Alli as "The Raven Singer"
Joe Estlack as "The Plainclothes Cop"


Three women of different generations mirror the Triple Goddess mythologies
of Maiden, Mother, Crone. This vision guided me to the Irish Raven Goddess of
The Morrigan,
"the Phantom Queen" of fate, strife, and battle.
These elements
combined to show me how the traumas of our lives can act as evolutionary
triggers, though by outward appearances it may seem otherwise
Antero Alli/writer/director

Making of "Jane", The Crew, Filmography, Reviews, Soundtrack

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"Making of Jane", the Crew, Filmography,
Press Reviews, The Soundtrack

Drowned in your waters, swept away by your storms, laid bare
on your rocky shores -- my corpse ravaged by a murder of crows.
I am yours to do with as you will. Phantom Queen, Great Queen,
where will you take me today?