A young woman works alone in her empty country house, making slow but steady progress with its ongoing renovations. She refers only to an online handyman, Drake Thomas, for guidance. One job - installing a ceiling fan - proves more difficult than she expected since the installation itself is symbolic of recent hardship, requiring not only technical skill, but inner strength (and a little hallucination). 'The Ceiling Fan' is a story of one woman's quiet resilience and the profound emotional significance of a simple task. A debut film by Andrew Keenan-Bolger and Kate Wetherhead, "The Ceiling Fan" was shot on location in New York's Hudson Valley and features a beautiful original score by The Bengsons.