Love You Still by Michael Viers
Running Time: 10 Minutes
Screening Time: Friday, Oct 25th 6:30pm
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John, an aging fisherman, struggles with memories of his young love, Alice. He longs for her return and lives in regret. One day, a bottle washes ashore that includes a note, which begs the question: did John lose the love of his life, or did he lose his mind?
The film production:
Love You Still is the last Collaborative Cinema film--a screenwriting and filmmaking program for high school and college students previously run by Susan Kerns and started by Mark Metcalf. Each year, one high school student's script was chosen to be made into a film. College students then applied to direct. In 2013, Franklin High School student Katie Theel wrote the script, and UWM student Michael Viers directed the film. High school and college students also worked on set alongside professional filmmakers to learn about crew roles, professional camera and lighting equipment, and general set etiquette. Love You Still was the eighth and final film made in the Collaborative Cinema program.
This film is being screened as part of the Pace-setter presentation for honoree Susan Kerns.