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From Outlaw Productions (“sex, lies, and videotape”, “Training Day”) comes the story of Denim (Zachary Booth), a twenty-something new to Seattle who falls in love with a struggling, gay singer-songwriter named Nikki (Zelda Williams). But more importantly, “Never” is about the way their resulting friendship blossoms, complicates, and ultimately redefines their understanding of sexuality and modern relationships. Co-starring Nicole Gale Anderson and Angela Sarafyan, and featuring original music by Nora Kirkpatrick (of Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros).
Writer/director: Brett Allen Smith
Producers: Cherie Saulter (“Medicine For Melancholy”, “The Myth of the American Sleepover”) & Andrew Schmidt
Executive Producers: Deborah Jelin Newmyer (“The Land Before Time”, “The Ugly Truth”) & T.S. Nowlin
Original Music: Nora Kirkpatrick (Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros)
Cinematographer: Alexander Sablow (“Pilgrim Song”)
Editor: Bradley Maurer
Production Designer: Caitlin Nicole Williams
“My twenties have (so far) been some of the most confusing years of my life. Relationships and self-identities seem to be constantly in flux, and as my friends and I change, I often wonder if I actually like what we’re all changing into. “Never” contains all my fears, hopes, experiences – and most importantly, my questions – about what it means to be this age in today’s world.” — Brett Allen Smith