|| MOVIE || When Time Got Louder
|| ROLE || Lead
|| AS || Tish Peterson, the mother of a non-verbal son with autism
|| YEAR || 2020
|| STATUS || Filming – Jan 9 – February 6, 2020
|| LOCATION || Vancouver (Canada)
|| DIRECTOR || Michael Grant & Stephanie Katherine Grant
|| NEWS || Updates
What Liz said
This is what Elizabeth told us about “When Time Got Louder“:
“It’s a sweet powerful little movie and I’m proud to be part of it.”
This is what she wrote on her instagram:
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So excited to be working on this powerful film, WHEN TIME GOT LOUDER. you know it’s a good one when the script supervisor is choked up reading the stage directions during the read through. “When a family’s non-verbal son living with Autism is rushed to emergency after a violent incident, they are forced to re-evaluate their ability to care for him while also balancing the chaos within their own lives.” #whentimegotlouder
Elizabeth plays Tish, the mother of a non-verbal son with autism.
When Time Got Louder is a coming-of-age indie drama and a story of a family’s resilience driven by unconditional love.
When a family’s non-verbal son living with autism is rushed to emergency after a violent incident, they are forced to re-evaluate their ability to care for him while also balancing the chaos within their own lives.
The story follows Abbie (Willow Shields) who departs for college, leaving her parents Mark (Lochlyn Munro) and Tish (Elizabeth Mitchell) and her autistic brother Kayden (Jonathan Michael Simao). As she explores her newfound independence with her roommate Jen (Piper Curda) and falls in love with a girl named Karly (Ava Capri), Abbie is torn between her new life and the guilt of leaving her brother as her family struggles to care for him in her absence.