Television Pilot - TRT - 34:00
Monotony turns to promise; until that promise betrays and leaves Mason to find out who he is without being defined by other people.
A twenty-something food-truck chef is sick of his routine life until he meets a girl who shakes up his view of his job, his view of himself, and his view of her.
Mundane days are common place until a spirited encounter between two 20 somethings invigorate their passion for life.
A twenty-something food-truck chef is sick of his routine life until he meets a girl who loves him and leaves him hurt, causing him to find out who he is without being defined by other people.
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managing and directing over 100 people to make this project a reality was a dream come true for us.
Narrative is a passion, and one that is a treat to engage with when all the pieces come together. Seattle has an incredible film community that has this amazing balance of talent and low ego. This is awesome because it creates a team like environment where everyone is pulling for the best shot, the best performance, and the best film. It's so much fun to be in that. I want to live in that every day.
- Directed by: Benjamin J. Strickland
One of the most fun scenes to shoot was the Lime bike scene. It was at the end of a very long day. We didn't want to shoot another scene but we knew we needed to just do it. So we piled in a truck with Austin hanging out the back with a MOVI and just ran up and down a bunch of streets near the water front in Seattle. Sometimes those last min thrown together production decisions just work out. This time it defiantly did.
Director of Photography: Austin Glass
Art direction: Oliver Stellfox