This is the second installment of our sneak peek at the short films submitted into the 4th Annual I See You Awards®. As mentioned in our first post, published on 6/15/2020, we are sharing trailers (when available) for the films that have been submitted into the 4th Annual Awards.
Bobo Goes To War
Marty Nicholas, a US Army veteran, is an aspiring freelance writer, actor and producer, who wrote produced and directed his short film. "Bobo Goes To War" is about "two misfit army buddies (who) do battle with a threatening force."
"Jerome Taylor," is from Bryan Bostic, a filmmaker and Deputy Sheriff for Los Angeles County. The movie is about a "homeless veteran addicted to psychotropic medications (who) recalls moments of his life and contemplates suicide. His last encounter with a social worker becomes the difference between life and death for him."
The Turner Exhibit
In "The Turner Exhibit, from indie filmmaker Mathew Gregory Bainbridge, "growing resentment between brothers Anthony and Alex Turner, one successful and the other struggling, leads to tragic consequences."
"Water," according to the film's producer and director Barb Barton, was "inspired by the filmmaker’s deep personal relationships with people whose lives were devastated by the contamination of Flint, Michigan's municipal water supply."
You me & Her
You me & Her is from indie filmmaker Anthony T. Green. The film revolves around three people, hence the title. "A couple faces secrets within their marriage that could leave them both dead."
Be sure to check back tomorrow as we will be shining the spotlight on more of the indie film projects that have been submitted into the 4th Annual I See You Awards®!
In the meantime, keep up the good work, indie filmmakers! We see you!
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