A passive, high school artist’s friendship with her bold but insecure best friend becomes more strained when her best friend has other ideas on how they should adjust to their first year of high school together.

Post production for "The Days We Share" was completed in May 2020 and is currently being submitted to film festivals.

 

The short film will be available to watch on our website by summer 2021.

Awards & Recognition

Flickfair Film Festival (Official Selection)

March 2021

The most popular online film festival platform, FLICKFAIR.com breaks the norms and exceeds the value filmmakers seek from the traditional festival experience by presenting their works online, to a global audience.

 

Los Angeles International Film Festival “Indie Short Fest” (Official Selection, NOMINATED for Best Student Female Director 

2020​

IMDb qualifier Indie Short Fest (ISF-LA) is an LA-based international film competition with monthly live screenings at the Raleigh Studios Hollywood, CA, and a major annual awards event at the same venue.

 

Non exclusive distribution - Independent Shorts Awards TV

August 27th, 2020

A non-exclusive distribution deal to stream "The Days We Share," hosted by Xerb.tv.

 

Official Selection at the Short to the Point Film Festival

2020

STTP is an international network of distribution, broadcast and promotion of short films and their authors. 

 

Official Selection at KIDS FIRST! Film Festival

2020

It will be made available to more than 50 venues affiliated with KIDS FIRST! including established film festivals, museums, film societies, and other similar venues.

 

IndieX Film Festival (Official Selection, awarded Best Student Children Short)

2020

IMDb qualifier IndieX Film Festival is an LA-based international film festival with monthly live screenings and Q&A with filmmakers at the Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California.

Director's

Statement

“The Days We Share” is a quiet and intimate short film that features one of the many changes a teen can experience when they enter their first year of high school. I wanted the viewer to feel a sense of nostalgia while watching this short film, therefore we incorporated an original lo-fi music score. I also grew up in the 90s and wanted to include trends from that era, which is mostly seen in the protagonist’s wardrobe. Films with high schoolers usually feature characters in over the top situations that are completely unrealistic to what the actual high school experience is, so I wanted to create a film that resembled my experiences as a first-year high schooler. 

When I was in high school, I was ridden with anxiety on the uncertainty of what I wanted to do after I graduated. I want this film to assure those who are in or about to enter high school that it’s okay if you don’t have everything figured out. And when it comes to making friendships in high school, my hope is for the viewer to remember to not suppress their feelings. We have enough problems as it is, but our days are always better if we can honestly share them with those that make us feel our best.