Eloise can be seen in several short and independent features. Currently in post production, Eloise stars as “Amy” opposite Vinessa Shaw, Colin Ford and James Ransone in Sonny Mallhi’s horror feast, Addicted.
Lighting up both the national and international film festivals, Eloise stars as the lead role of “Violet” in Bau Bau Pictures’ Break My Bones – a dramatic thriller about a seriously ill girl who confronts her own capacity for evil when her mother forces her to seek the mentorship of an elderly neighbor. Touring seven countries to date, Break My Bones has collected multiple awards including Best Thriller at HollyShorts Film Festival, Hollywood and Best Cinematography at the Rhode Island International Film Festival. “The lead of Violet is interpreted by a gutsy Eloise Lushina. She shows maturity beyond her years and handles the difficult material beautifully.” - Emilie Black, Cinema Crazed “At the premiere, many were impressed by Eloise’s performance, which didn’t surprise us one bit. As the film continues to tour the world, we are continually asked where we found such a talented young actress. We have no doubt she has a great career in front of her.” - David Haynes – Break My Bones Producer/Co-writer
In the spring of 2017, Eloise was cast as “Mary” for Writers Theatre’s lab workshop and presentation of TREVOR: the musical (with production by U Rock Theatricals, NYC ). Upon its completion, she was cast as Mary for its world premiere debuting at Writers Theatre, August 9. Based on the story that inspired the Academy Award-winning film, the charity and the national movement, TREVOR: the musical is a coming-of-age story about identity, emerging sexuality and the struggles of growing up in a world that may not be ready for you. This world premiere musical is directed by Marc Bruni, who helmed the Tony Award-winning production of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical on Broadway.