Eleanor Wells is a writer, director and actress, born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She became interested in film, theater and storytelling at an early age, and graduated from Emerson College's Visual and Media Arts program in 2017. In film, her credits include The Harpist (2014), Feature Presentation (2017), Eagle Rock (2019), and Time in a Bottle (2022). As a filmmaker, her work as played worldwide and has received high praise for compelling characters and realism. She also performed in several stage productions, most memorably as Laura Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie. Additionally, she wrote and hosted the first season of the Double Elvis podcast About A Girl (2020-).
Time in a Bottle
Film (short) by Eleanor Wells (Crime and Drama) Writer In the 1970s, a bubbly photographer falls in love with a charming man, only to realize that he's not the person she believed him to be.
Film (short) by Eleanor Wells (Crime and Drama) Writer A young woman in prison for murder reflects on what led her to the crime, the cult she was a part of and her relationship with its leader.
Film by Eleanor Wells (Drama and Family) Writer Three strangers seeking escape at an old movie theater bond when the projector malfunctions, finding they have more in common than they first believed.
Film by Erica Thompson (Drama and Family) Writer An evening in the night of Emmy Lucas, a famous harpist, and her search for human connection.