Režija: Foster Vilson
Trajanje: 4 min.
Jutro posle seksa bez obaveze, Gina saznaje putem vesti na njenom Facebook profilu da žena koja je ležala pored nje neprijatelj. Može li je neprijatelj ubediti da zaboravi svoj moralni kod i ostane na doručku, ili će prevladati Ginini principi?
Director: Foster Wilson
Duration: 4 min
The morning after a no-strings one-night stand, Gina learns via e-news articles and her early-morning Facebook feed that the woman lying beside her might literally be the enemy. Can Wendy persuade her to ditch her moral code and stay for breakfast, or will Gina’s principles prevail?
Foster Wilson is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and actor. She earned her BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied for 3 years with the Atlantic Theater Company under the tutelage of David Mamet, Mary McCann and Chris Bauer among others. In 2015, Foster co-founded Detroit Street Films, an independent film production company intent on building a robust community of filmmakers to collaborate on low-budget films. In DSF’s inaugural year, the company has produced over a dozen films including Foster’s directorial debut: a gritty short about possessions and priorities titled Brick & Mopsie. In the spring of 2016, she produced a self-help web series titled The Noise In Your Head, comprised of six comedic videos about coping with anxiety. Her most recent project, Waffles, is a raw exploration of morality and sexuality starring Jeanine Mason (Bunheads, Of Kings and Prophets) and Leslie Stevens (The Young and The Restless, Bosch). Foster is slated to direct Playtpus by Caden Douglas and Dante’s Inferno by Gareth Williams with actor John Benjamin Hickey (Tallulah, The Big C). She is also producing several shorts with Detroit Street Films, and developing a collaborative feature based on the play La Ronde by Arthur Schnitzler.