Drama, 15 min.
Written and Directed by Andrew Schwarz
A recently divorced family, comprised of a mother, father, and little girl, struggles to assimilate to their new lives. The girl, Abigail, resorts to surprising alternative methods to cope.
Film Format: 16mm Color Negative Stock (Kodak Vision III)
Cameras: Bolex H16, Arri SR2
Separation was made with Brooklyn-based crew members.
An extremely hard-working and passionate writer and director, Andrew Schwarz graduated from Hofstra University in 2014 with a dual degree in Film Production and Music Composition. He is a director of diligence and precision, with a flare for detail and a hunger for discovering new and exciting ways to tell interesting stories.
Hofstra University Department Film Festival 2014
-WINNER: Best Editing
-WINNER: Best Director
-WINNER: 2nd Place
Hoboken International Film Festival 2015
Brightside Tavern Shorts Festival 2015
-WINNER: Best College Film
-NOMINEE: Best Actress (Shea Saracino)
-NOMINEE: Best Director College Film
-NOMINEE: Best Cinematography Student Film
-NOMINEE: Best Concept Student Film
Katra Film Series July 2015
Hudson Valley International Film Festival 2015
The Boonies International Film Festival 2015
Northeast Film Festival 2015
-WINNER: Best Student Film
Sydney Indie Film Festival 2015
-WINNER: Indie Spirit Award
JUS 24x7, Dish Network, "Short Film Corner"
-Official Television Broadcast
Miami Independent Film Festival November 2015
Depth of Field International Film Festival Spring 2016
-WINNER: Award of Merit