Searching for food, a boy breaks into a neighborhood home. But when the homeowners return, he becomes trapped inside with those he's stealing from.
It takes a special storyteller to leave such an imprint with so little dialogue. The lead actor and cinematography quietly standout while oversimplification of wealth inequality is taken to task in this mini indie. It has a feeling of big name directors we know and love…eh hem, Steven Spielberg. — Elle S (Programmer)
Drama, Thriller, Family Friendly, Coming-of-Age
Brian Lawes is an American film director, writer, and producer. He is known for LOST KINGS (2020), ROCK PAPER SCISSORS (2018), AND TEMPO (2017).
His films have played all across the world, earning multiple jury awards, with notable premieres at Oscar Qualifying festivals like Cleveland International Film Festival and Indy Shorts International Film Festival.
His most recent film, LOST KINGS, won the grant support of the Community Builders Grant, the OVAC Artist Grant, and was made possible by the support of a Jury Award prize for his previous film, ROCK PAPER SCISSORS.
Director: Brian Lawes
Producer: Amanda Hyden
Writer: Brian Lawes
Casting by: Chris Freihofer
Cinematographer: Vincent Gonneville
Production Designer: Matt Couch
Editor: Brian Lawes
Composer: Aaron Newberry
Cast: Dash Melrose, Jo Ashley Moore, Cassie Self, Max Michael, Jacob Wade, Brett Bower
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