By Indiewire | Indiewire March 20, 2012 at 11:00AM
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"See You Later, Scott"
The film follows a young hiker who encounters a ghost while searching for his missing friend. This odd meeting helps them both move on.
"See You Later, Scott," is a short film project that Matthew Miller, Pablo Gutierrez, Cindy Chi, Scott Ferreter and Megan Daalder are in the process of making. The film follows a young hiker who encounters a ghost while searching for his missing friend. This odd meeting helps them both move on.
Director Matthew Miller is a recent UCLA graduate, where he studied filmmaking, design and new media.
About the Production
"There is a strange limbo between thinking something bad has happened and the point in which those thoughts are confirmed or falsified. In making our short film "See You Later, Scott," we are interested in this feeling that exists between the mystery of a small amount of information and the truth. It's that lack of information to support what you suspect that makes for a strong sense of panic, but not enough to freak out. Freaking out is the easy part. Suppressing those impulses is much more difficult and more interesting to watch." - Matthew Miller