Falling Overnight

Falling Overnight

Emilia Zoryan and Parker Croft star in FALLING OVERNIGHT, a film directed by Conrad Jackson. Picture courtesy Display Purposes Only Productions. All rights reserved.

Falling Overnight

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Falling Overnight (2011/2012)

Opened: 07/27/2012 Limited

Theaters07/27/2012
Cinema Village...07/27/2012 - 08/09/201214 days
DVD07/31/2012
Los Angeles08/03/2012 - 08/09/20127 days
Burlington, VT08/10/2012 - 08/16/20127 days

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Genre: Drama

Rated: Unrated

On the day before he could lose everything, Elliot finds Chloe.

Synopsis

Falling Overnight tells the story of twenty-two year old Elliot Carson (Parker Croft) on the day before he has risky surgery to remove a brain tumor. Facing what could be his last night, Elliot's path intersects with Chloe Webb (Emilia Zoryan), a young photographer who invites him to her art show. Elliot welcomes the distraction and as the night descends, Chloe takes him on an intimate and exhilarating journey through the city. But as morning approaches, and Chloe learns of Elliot's condition, the magic of the evening unravels, and they must together face the uncertainty of Elliot's future.

Awards and Honors

  • Winner - Special Jury Prize - Cinequest Film Festival
  • Winner - Best Independent Feature - Sonoma International Film Festival
  • Winner - Best Actor in a Feature Film - Nashville Film Festival
  • Winner - Best Director/Composer Collaboration - Nashville Film Festival
  • Winner - Best Actor in a Feature Film - JAX Film Festival
  • Winner - Audience Award - Best Feature Film - Santa Cruz Film Festival
  • Winner - Best Cinematography - First Glance Philadelphia
  • Winner - Emerging Talent Award for Best Director - Visionfest
  • Winner - Breakthrough Performance Best Lead Actor - Visionfest
  • Winner - Audience Award - Best Feature Film - SENE Film Festival
  • Winner - Best Feature Film - San Francisco United Film Festival
  • Winner - Best of Fest - Blue Whiskey International Film Festival
  • Winner - Best Feature Film - Blue Whiskey International Film Festival
  • Winner - Best Lead Actor - Blue Whiskey International Film Festival
  • Winner - Audience Award - Best Feature Film - Chicago United Film Festival
  • Opening Night Film - Crested Butte Film Festival
  • Opening Night Film - Vail Film Festival
  • Closing Night Film - VisionFest

About the Film

Shot on a shoestring budget over fourteen summer nights, Falling Overnight was conceived by director Conrad Jackson in collaboration with writing partners Parker Croft and Aaron Golden. The writing team attempted to capture the numbness and isolation that comes from being "one of the sick people", highlighting the bittersweet experience of falling in love when the future is uncertain. Instead of filling the story with the heightened, overly dramatic dialogue and scenes that populate much of contemporary film, the filmmakers created a lifelike world for their characters, pouring their own stories, experiences, dreams, and regrets into the script. Ultimately, it is real life that Elliot will miss.

Leading a dedicated and hard-working skeleton crew coordinated by producers Jed Rhein and Elizabeth Jackson, the filmmakers worked efficiently but meticulously to capture life's most honest moments: a full body laugh, a dropped word, an embarrassed smile. Filmed in open restaurants, underground tunnels, and onlyreached- through-a-half-hour-hike mountaintops, Falling Overnight was micro-budget filmmaking at its most vibrant and ambitious.

 

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