Incredibly happy that Cedar Street received Best Student Short at the L.A. Women's Fest.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
You can buy tickets in advance here: http://lawiffshortstwo.brownpapertickets.com/
Cedar Street Screens in Shorts Program Two Sunday, March 22 at 12:00pm.
Learn more about the festival here: http://www.lawomensfest.com/
Saturday, March 1, 2014
Cedar Street will be showing at The Hollywood Theater, March 27th, and so much has happened since our last post!
- Our editor has been working like crazy to piece all the beautiful footage together.
- Our composer, Nat Graves, has been recording amazing, original music to place into our film.
- Our sound designer, Raven Flemming, has been organizing and mixing and placing all of our sound files.
- And our miniature team, built an awesome, beautiful, paper miniature world of the Cedar Street neighborhood. It was completed in January, and all of our miniature scenes have been shot and placed into the film. Here are a few stills from this new portion for you to enjoy!
Friday, September 6, 2013
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Cedar Street is a short film about childhood and the suffering some kids sadly endure. Cedar Street is being produced and filmed by an all female crew.
Jeremiah is currently the outcast of the Cedar Street neighborhood kids.The Peterson and Sellar girls have a new club on the nearby abandoned train tracks, where vagrants are often seen passing through town.Jeremiah wants to be a part of the club, and won’t give up until he is.
Every day after school Jeremiah shows up at the club asking to join, and every day the girls give him a new task to complete before they’ll let him in.Jeremiah continually fails to complete the tasks, and returns unnoticed by all to his empty, filthy, home.
Finally, Jennifer Peterson promises Jeremiah if he is able to sleep in the club overnight, he will not only become a member, but he will be the leader.Jeremiah, dying for acceptance, does as he is told, but when he arrives at the club he is met by a surprise, and what happens afterwards changes the neighborhood forever.
We will be shooting this film with an all female crew. Don't get us wrong, we like men, but we thought it would be fun to do things a little different than normal.
Here's a list of some of our leading ladies:
Monica Graves (director/producer), Shannon Breen (director of photography), Kia Geraths (editor), Alex Short, Raven Fleming, Kathleen Kelly, Heather Dominguez, Sara Prevo, Addison Graves, Coleman Stevenson, Betty Alcaraz.
We'll post updates as we move through the production process. Or if you've donated to our kickstarter - you can see exclusive updates here: