Sunday, February 18th
6:50 – 9:00pm
CARNEGIE INSTITUTION for SCIENCE
$11 IN ADVANCE HERE OR AT THE DOOR
Screens as part of Things Run Deep: Dramatic Shorts.
Directed by David Morrison
Canada / 2017 / 9mins / US Premiere
What if you could save the lives of dozens of children?
In the early morning, the Principal meets one final time with a troubled high school student and an unsettling dialogue between caution and mania ensues.
David Morrison is a Los Angeles based award winning Cinematographer. He’s lensed iconic music videos for Beck and other artists. His commercial campaign for Laruen Greenfield’s #Likeagirl has won every award a commercial can win, including an Emmy, Cannes Lion and has been viewed more than 70 million times. He’s also Emmy nominated/Out-standing cinematography for “Girl Rising” and won the Haskell Wexler Cinematography award for his work on Hiliary Brougher’s “Stephanie Dailey” Most recently David shot his first TV series, “Hand of God” for Amazon and the feature film “Strange Weather” for Katherine Dieckmann which premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. David started shooting stills in High School and from there studied Photography/Film at SCAD (Savannah College of Art & Design) While there, he worked for the local NBC station as a cameraman and editor. After moving to LA, David lensed numerous short and independent films, documentaries, music videos and commercials.