Directed by Joel Fendelman
November 11, 2017 11:30 am SOLD OUT
In a time when water and air is overly polluted, an elderly man discovers a way to grow vegetables again and passes on this legacy to a neighborhood kid.
With roots in New York City, Miami and now Austin, Joel Fendelman has written, produced and directed a number of award-winning short and feature films. His latest feature film Remittance won “Best Screenplay” at the Brooklyn Film Festival and his latest short film Game Night premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
From directing music videos and commercial projects to teaching and speaking at seminars, Joel strives to embrace stories that communicate the underlying connection between all people.
Cast: Ron Blanton, Gregory Romaine
Writer: Nathan Pesina
Producer: Madeline Dimayuga
Cinematographer: Jonathan Cox
Editor: Joel Fendelman
Assistant Director: Garrett Forbes
88 minsThe MATINEE ONE program of the Nitehawk Shorts Festival features nine short films that portray a sense of unity, trust, acceptance and self-discovery punctuated with some genuine humor. Includes Q&A with filmmakers.