Capturing the unsettling essence of a Twilight Zone episode and the sci-fi tone of a Ray Bradbury story, this reflective short film casts a bleak look at how technology can backfire at bringing us closer together, unintentionally creating more isolation and loneliness than ever before, sometimes leading to harrowing and tragic results.
Director: Brian Groh
Writer: Tara Price
Year of Release: 2014
Running Time: 00:09:35
New England Connection: Tara Price (Writer/Producer/Actor) was born and raised in New England. She attended all the schools in Hampton, NH and performed extensively in the Portsmouth, NH theatre circuit before eventually relocating to Los Angeles. Her family still resides in New England where she returns to visit as often as possible.
Director(s) Bio:: Brian is a Los Angeles based director and writer known for creating rich characters struggling with moral dilemmas in conflict driven stories. Rural settings and blue collar themes abound in this Missouri native’s works as is evident in his penned short “Acorn Calf” (Official Selection 2013 LA Shorts Fest.)
Number of shooting days: 3
Camera Used: 5D Mark III
Editing software: Avid
Financed by: Self-financed
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