A defeated and delirious programmer locked in a room battles with a malicious computer in need of repair. Coping with their inescapable fate, they find themselves looking for their own humanity within each other.
Note from the writer:
I created this story for my thesis film because of the personal significance it has in my life. From the constant connection we have to technology to what it means to be a human being struggling to find ourselves and the closure we need to move on from our past, I set out to write something that will deliver a calvalcade of emotions to the screen in a claustrophobic, creepy and climactic adventure.
Location for 2 day shoot on Nov. 11th & 12th:
Monk Space @ 4414 W. 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90004
Extensive build including the construction of two flats to create the illusion of a small, inescapable room. One wall will hold "Eve" the computer, in a fixed position in the center of the wall and the other will include "The Wall of Necessities" where the main character finds sustenance and water to survive.
Many little props are needed in order to create this dense and complicated world in which the films takes place. Each prop holds significance and value as they are all reflective of the main characters internal life.
3 white jumpsuits
3 pairs of silver, wire frame glasses
Production sound mixing:
Sound will be a crucial element and will be a paid job. Sound will be recorded on the day of as well during post production for any ADR needs.
1979 Anamorphic CinemaScope lens by Hawk
ALL OTHER ELEMENTS INCLUDING CREW AND SET DRESSING WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE NEW YORK FILM ACADEMY, MYSELF, AND CREW.
Here's my latest acting reel!
- Liliana Fuertes
- Patrice Cummings
North Hollywood, CA