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Intersection Short Film

by Brendan Beachman
(Studio City, CA)

Intersection Short Film

Intersection Short Film

The monotony of two road construction workers day is smashed with the violent arrival of an object from the sky. "Intersection" is a short dark comedy taking place in the sparse desert landscape of the American Southwest. It is a satire about greed, religion, and the human experience. It recently won the WILDsound short screenplay contest and will be read out loud by professional actors at the Canadian Film Board Cinema in Toronto, Canada on April 30th, 2010.

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