Sun Mar 5, 2017 – 2:30 pm | Bushel & Peck’s
Directed by Ryan Frost
USA | 1 hr 30 min | 2017
September 11th was a day we’ll never forget, but what will we remember? In the first dark hours of September 12th, 2001, five college freshmen live through the events and aftermath of 9/11 in a dorm room. Far away from their families, friends, and everything they’ve ever known, they stay up all night sharing stories, telling jokes, and asking “What’s it going to be like tomorrow?” as they wait for the sun to rise in answer to their question. Out of national tragedy, lifelong bonds forge; bonds that will anchor them to who they are as they grow up.
Director, Producer, Writer
The youngest son of a Vietnam Veteran father and artist mother, Ryan has combined a passion for history and art into filmmaking. As a Masters student at USC Film School, Ryan directed and edited short films that were honored in various international competitions. He has worked for Paradigm Talent Agency and under the tutelage of Academy-Award winning Producer Michael Phillips. Ryan has produced and directed commercials and content for companies including AT&T, Porsche, and Skechers while writing scripts that have placed in several major screenwriting competitions including the Academy Nicholl Fellowship. September Morning marks his feature film debut as a writer/director.