Ok, Call Me Back

Craving companionship, a woman leaves a voicemail late at night. Objects take on new meaning in a lush world of gendered icons. 

“Ok, Call Me Back fires on all cylinders through an experimental lens: it is progressive, it is risqué . . . it is unconventional in its storytelling, and above all - it is accessible . . .”

- NFFTY Jury Statement


  • Sundance Ignite Fellowship, Adobe Project 1324 x Sundance Institute

  • Best Experimental Film, National Film Festival for Talented Youth

  • Audience Award, New Orleans Film Festival

  • Honorable Mention, Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival

  • Vimeo Staff Pick

  • Ladies With Lenses, Vimeo Screening


  • Slamdance 2018

  • Florida Film Festival 2018

  • New Orleans Film Festival 2017

  • Indie Memphis Film Festival 2017

  • Citizen Jane Film Festival 2017

  • LA Film Festival 2017

  • National Film Festival for Talented Youth 2017

  • Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival 2017


"Any director that can wrangle such meaning out of phallic jokes is one to watch."

- Independent Film Magazine

Directed by Emily Ann Hoffman

Produced by Sean Weiner

Cinematography by Russell Peborde

Art, Animation and Acting by Emily Ann Hoffman

Special Thanks to the Jacob Burns Film Center

This project is supported by the Valentine & Clarke Emerging Artist Felowship

This project was made possible through the support of Creative Culture