Our generation’s story of young romance, and the horrors and absolute adventure of finding love, before you find yourself.
Two SFPD investigators, one hard boiled the other a newbie, delve into an abyss of sadism and murder as they hunt a serial killer terrorizing the San Francisco gay community. Up against government corruption and the cunning of their adversary, the resolution of the case reveals a secret as terrible as the crimes themselves.
A young white urban professional has moved into his newly purchased home in a predominantly black neighborhood; his attempts to remain inconspicuous finally runs its course after a misread encounter with a fellow community member.
Juggling the roles of both mother and father, JOHNNY, 46, a strict single parent with little financial means, finds himself emotionally crippled when trying to display love and affection to his 11 year old son, MICHAEL.
Recently released from prison, Victor Wright has one burning aspiration, to rekindle the lost relationship he once shared with his teenage daughter, Vanessa. But he's self conscious of his appearance and his homelessness, so he connects with her by way of a payphone; his only means of communication. A young teenage runaway, Grace, is also drawn to the payphone after having lost her cell phone. Their worlds collide. Her presence further complicates Victor's life, for good and for worse.
Jehnovah Carlisle is an award winning independent filmmaker based in Los Angeles, California. Carlisle graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in Film. Carlisle also graduated from California College of the Arts with a MFA in Film Production. The short films that Carlisle has written, directed and produced have dealt with the realities of African American men haunted by troubled pasts, burdened by institutional racism, and scarred by trauma. These are topics stemming from his own life experiences, and it has been his purpose to address those topics with fresh and unique ways of storytelling. Carlisle has experience in multiple genres (drama, comedy, crime) and also documentary filmmaking. His short films have screened nationally and his personal films are deeply rooted in the Bay Area community where he was born and raised. He was a San Francisco Film Society artist in resident in 2018. Carlisle currently teaches screenwriting at Mount Saint Mary's University in Los Angeles, California.