Little Boxes

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Little Boxes

World Premiere at Bushwick Film Festival
Thursday October 26th at 6:15pm, Williamsburg Cinemas

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Filmed July 2021
Written and directed by: Hannah Cullen
Featuring: Avery-Jai Andrews, Ramiro Batista, Quinn Dixon and Maggie Joy
Additional cast: Liam Mackenzie, Nyah Maudrina, Sadie Scott, Sonya Venugopal

Director of Photography: Adam Kolodny
Assistant Director: Emily Cohn
Editor: Skyler Johnson
Production Designer: Jayne Clark
Lighting Designer: Christopher Thielking
Composer: Alvaro Buendia
Sound design: MB Al-Rahim

First Assistant Camera: Logan Quarles
Second Assistant Camera: Katerina Packis
Steadicam Operator: Austin Castelo
Script Supervisor: Brenna Power
Assistant Lighting: Designer Nikki Belenski
Gaffer: Ben Duff
Set Dresser: Eve Clark
Art PA: Jack Leahy
Makeup Artist: Michelle Coursey
Makeup Artist Assistant: Morgan Matous
Sound Mixer: Nick Do
Media Manager: David Williams
PA: Salma Mahmoud and Liam Mackenzie
Unit Production Manager: David Taylor
BTS Photographer: Corey Haynes
Colorist and Finishing: Artist Kevin Ratigan
DI Producer: Tiffany Gale
Post Producer: Hannah Cullen
Title Design: Enne Goldstein
Audio Post Production: One Thousand Birds
Re-recording Mixer: MB Al-Rahim
Dialogue Editor: KT Pipal
Music Supervisor: Andres Velasquez
OTB Executive Producer: Alex Berner-Coe
OTB Producer: Sarah Weck

Producers: Skylar Andrews, Andrea Shahayda, Zaire Baptiste, Kim Cullen, David Taylor

Executive Producers:
Lisa Pevaroff-Cohn
Melanie Cohn-Zawadzki
Ellen Poss
Slobodan Randjelović

A group of childhood friends get together for a casual goodbye party before one of them moves across the country. Jordan, bound for LA, hosts the splintered group with the goal of having one nice evening together before she leaves. Armed with nostalgia and optimism, she attempts to contrive fun, which proves difficult given everyone’s shortened attention span. With each incoming notification and incidental scroll, their tenuous connection weakens and intimacy grows harder to reach. Confronted by impending change and the loss that comes with it, they turn to their devices for comfort. Lost in their own personalized, digital universe, these friends fall prey to distraction and isolation. Little Boxes is a portrait of people grasping for authentic connection while technology systematically interferes.