Cast: Constance Shulman, Jenny Donheiser, Arielle Siegel
Jane (Shulman) returns home to New York and spends a night with her daughter, Katia (Donheiser) before she is scheduled to take an estranged relative off of life support. Jane and Katia grapple with their feelings of loss as they reflect on their own relationship through an evening of laughter, tears and supreme honesty.
Lisa Maria Hall is a filmmaker based in Toronto, Ontario, she got her BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in Film and Television. Her perspective as a filmmaker is shaped by carrying her camera with her wherever she goes. She has made films in Canada, Hong Kong, The Philippines, New York, and California. Since graduating Lisa has held a position in nearly every area of production giving her a unique perspective in filmmaking. She has directed numerous short films, a web series, music videos, a documentary, and most recently a full length television pilot.
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.