“Happily Ever After” is a short comedy about a prince (David Glazer) and his beloved stable boy (Tye Olson) who are left not knowing what to do when the fairytale book ends. They summon the book's narrator (Chris Nguyen) to guide them through this confusing new world of love...and sex. Written by Chris Maltby. Directed by Scott Boswell.
In this coming-of-age short, undocumented teen Adrian (Vince-Anthony) takes matters into his own hands when his predatory uncle resurfaces after a decade of absence. Fearing for the safety of his vulnerable young brother (Johnny Geissinger), the two boys head to the city in the dead of night and attempt to make it on their own. Written and directed by Scott Boswell.
A drag-umentary send-up of Madonna: Truth or Dare exposing life behind the scenes at San Francisco's infamous midnight movie series, Midnight Mass, headed by drag celebrity and filmmaker Peaches Christ. Written by Joshua Grannell. Directed by Scott Boswell.
Award-winning films created by youth from the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Area. Scott Boswell headed this program in downtown Oakland for 4 years.
Recent high school grad Skye (Jesse Schoem) just wants to have a date for once without his family getting in the way. When twin brother Leif manages to lure the girl away once again, Skye turns to his best friend only to discover a secret that changes everything. The twin brothers are left to face one another in a long-needed confrontation. Written and directed by Scott Boswell.
"One Fine Morning is that rare short that can recall with crystalline clarity a day in time (the first day of school, September 1988) when Adam (Kevin Mertz), a Cure-addicted, lovesick teen, finds out whether a song he wrote for lunchmate Matt (Jonathan Timmerman) has struck its intended cord." -David Lamble (Bay Area Reporter). Written and directed by Scott Boswell.
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