Realistic Games For Those Who Feel Lonely
Nicholas Judt - Undergraduate Student at Princeton University
"Realistic Games For Those Who Feel Lonely" is a short film about fantasy and memory, about the high of self-actualization and the sting of reentering the real world. It follows an unnamed boy through an evening of unsettling interactions with two bizarre characters: a professor who may be his dad, or his future self, or neither, and a girl who is either a complete stranger or the love of his life, or both, or neither. This is a film in which characters’ relationships shift and morph, in which memory, fantasy, and reality messily intertwine.
We are looking for a sound recordist who has experience on filmmaking projects. The film will be shot in Princeton, New Jersey: the recordist's travel expenses from NYC to Princeton will be covered and he/she will be compensated $35 per day.
Dates of Production
November 6, November 8, November 11, November 27, December 1
Is this for a class project?
October 25, 2018
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