Friday, March 26, 2010

Fantastic Short Film Friday - Nostalgia

It's time for another installment of our weekly look at short films, Fantastic Shirt Film Friday. Our goal is to try and shine some light on the lesser known/seen types of filmmaking, short films.

I apologize for the two week sabbatical, life and less time to watch the endless amounts of short films got in the way. But I'm back and I hope the wait was worth it. This week I want to spotlight the short Nostalgia, directed by Matthew Toffolo and written by Daren Foster. Here's the synopsis from the films website:

In Nostalgia, Deanna has moved on with her life after her relationship with Brad broke up. Both photographers, they met on a bridge when he took a picture of her. Now, Brad has heard that Deanna is engaged, and stakes her out on the same bridge for the answers he needs about why their relationship soured. But does Deanna know any more than he does? And what, if anything, does she owe him after so long?

For anyone who has ever fallen in and out of love, who has ever looked back fondly on even the most disastrous and heartbreaking relationships questioning whatever happened, then you will definitely enjoy this look back on young love.

I couldn't really find out much about the film, but if you want more Nostalgia check out the films website: here

I hope everyone enjoys this latest installment of Fantastic Short Film Friday, and we'll be back with more next week.

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