Thursday, June 01, 2006

Alarm! Alarm! False Alarm!

A film I wrote and directed is going to be in the Brooklyn International Film Festival

It's called False Alarm

Here's what I wrote for a synopsis: A short film about a slightly taboo, perfectly acceptable expression of love in Contemporary Society.

Will Carlough, Hannah Bos, Seth Berkowitz, Benjamin Ellis Fine, Celeste Balducci, Jennifer Johnson, Matt Elkind and I are up in it.

Matt Elkind shot it.
Pete Fonda recorded sound.
Jennifer Johnson did the lighting and was the gaffer.
Will Carlough composed the score.
Sydney Maresca costumed.
I cut it.

It's going to be playing at The Brooklyn Museum on Saturday, June 3rd at 1PM with a bunch of other shorts in what I believe is a very cool theater within the museum. It costs a little dough to get in but if you're in the mood to see this short on the bigscreen, come on down.


Blogger anne altman said...

how was the flick received at the feast-ival? sorry i missed it.

4:18 PM  
Blogger Casimir said...

Well, it was at Saturday at 1pm after the opening night party so there were only about 50 people there. I'm not really complaining. It's just that the Brooklyn Museum is such a fresh place for a screening - it would have been bonkers to see it packed.

But the people who did see it, appeared to like it. It got some laffs and a couple of groans for the ending twist and thusly, I was pleased.

9:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

congratulations, my friend!

6:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oops - that was dakota, being anonymous.

6:36 AM  

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