Cast: Ashton Muniz, David Elijah, Jesse James Keitel, Magdalena Borlando, Peter Endrigian
LIKE GLASS follows Zion, a club kid exploring their gender fluidity through the avant-garde scene of New York City’s darkly fanciful nightlife. We witness Zion’s story unfold through a stream of consciousness that weaves a fateful night out at the club with memories of the resistance they’ve faced, both at home from their partner, and in public. In a society of binary gender norms, Zion is ultimately left questioning the truth and fragility of one’s identity.
Andrew K. Meyer is a director, screenwriter and producer currently based in Queens, NY. He made his directorial debut with his short film, Wreck, a Hypokrite Films production. In July of 2016, he co-founded StoneStreet Cinema and has since directed and co-written the short films I <3 NY, Egg, and The Nativitree. He has also produced for various web-series, commercials and music videos. Most recently, Andrew directed Little Blondie Films’ debut production, Like Glass (SCAD Savannah Film Festival).
David Elijah is a New York based Writer, Actor, and Producer. He co-founded Little Blondie Films in 2017 and is a current co-producer of Shorts Night Film Festival in downtown NYC. David’s Writing has appeared on both film and stage, works include: Like Glass ass (SCAD Savannah Film Festival), Next Faggot Nation (HERE Arts Center, Dixon Place, Dramatists Guild Foundation). As an actor, David has worked on projects such as The Sketch Artist (Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, Best Short – IVY Film Festival), Like Glass (Best Supporting Actor nomination – QPIFF), One Bad Choice (MTV), Unforgettable (CBS), Wild (IRT), Something Wild: One Acts from Tennessee Williams (Abingdon Theater Co.), World Wide Lab ’2012 (NYC) and 2016 (Taiwan) – as well as a Super Bowl commercial spot for MYLAN. The goal of David’s work is to push the boundaries of traditional genre and focus on expanding narratives through stories of characters who challenge the status quo.
The nine shorts in the CLOSING NITE screening at the Nitehawk Shorts Festival highlight bonded families, searching for a sense of belonging, and the effects of media on individuals. Taking place at Nitehawk Prospect Park.