Festival international du
court métrage au saguenay

Synopsis

Written and directed by two teenagers, this is a story of purity, fickleness, and violence; and how they are all abused in an instant. The story is told through the lens of a friendship between two young boys, and how it is brutally affected by a school shooting.

Production :
Thousand Foot Squid
Distribution :
Thousand Foot Squid
Music :
Maya Belsitzman and Matan Ephrat
Sound designer :
Kyle Richards
Screenplay :
Luther Clayton and Orion Eshel
Cast :
Gabriel Bateman and Elisha Henig
Editing :
Yaniv Shmeltzer
Cinematographer :
John Paul Summers
Artistic direction :
Nick Goodman

In competition for :


Americana award

Direction
  • Luther Clayton

    Orion and Luther were 16 and 17 years old respectively when they began working on their first short film together. They began by making videos on YouTube, through which they met and both admired how video and film could connect so many people on such a fundamental level. In 2018, inspired by an image of a child hiding in a dark cupboard, and in the wake of the March for Our Lives movement in the USA, Orion wrote the first draft of a film about losing a friend, something he believed anyone can relate to.

  • Orion Eshel

    Orion and Luther were 16 and 17 years old respectively when they began working on their first short film together. They began by making videos on YouTube, through which they met and both admired how video and film could connect so many people on such a fundamental level. In 2018, inspired by an image of a child hiding in a dark cupboard, and in the wake of the March for Our Lives movement in the USA, Orion wrote the first draft of a film about losing a friend, something he believed anyone can relate to.

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