JoeBert Entertainment, LLC in association with Outtake Productions

Forgotten

Credits

Cast

Evan - Arnie Rodriguez

Stan - Austin Green

Mary Ann - Lianna Morra

Crew

Music  by

Chris Christiana

Make Up Artist

Sabrina van Vliet

Assistant Directors

Theresa Labreglio

Diann Gogerty

Produced by

The Cremer Brothers

Theresa Labreglio

Melissa Malone

Associate Producers

Grace Soriano

Diann Gogerty

Boom Operator

Melissa Malone

Cinematographer

Grace Soriano

Written, Directed, & Edited by

The Cremer Brothers

A young man's long-lost sister returns, bringing with her a lifetime of forgotten memories.

Trailer

Director's Statement (The Cremer Brothers)

“Forgotten” was written during a time when we were exploring the feelings of grief. We asked the question:

What would happen if you took the grieving processes past the point of acceptance and all the way to point of forgetting. The film ended up being a sentimental drama with supernatural elements. The entire film is metaphorical with the physical representation of Mary Ann representing her brother’s memory of her. This is the reason why Mary Ann's skin becomes more flesh colored as the film progresses: Evan is giving new life to Mary Ann's memory. It was written as a way of dealing with the loss of their own sister.

Screenings & Official Selections
Awards & Nominations

Production Information

Year of Production
Duration
Genre
Camera
Ratio
Language
Budget
Filming Locations
2018
6:50
Drama
Blackmagic Ursa Mini Pro​
2:35:1
English
$1012.13
Accord, NY, USA
Photo Gallery
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The Music of Forgotten
Forgotten - Entire Score - Chris Christiana
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Facts

This is the second of three short films co-produced by Outtake Productions and JoeBert Entertainment in 2018 (the other two are The Angry Man and Play Date).

Director Cameo: The Cremer Brothers can be seen in the first photograph shown in the photo album.

The house where the film was shot was also used as the set for Play Date. It also housed the cast and crew for both productions.

After wrapping, production immediately began on Play Date.

Lianna Morra played two roles in the same weekend, starring as Mary Ann and also as Amy in Play Date.

Arnie Rodriguez and Austin Green were cast due to their incredible performances in God's Law and their likability on set.

Make Up artist, Sabrina van Vliet, touches up Arnie Rodriguez (Evan) while cinematographer, Grace Soriano, and Austin Green (Stan) wait to begin. Photo by Melissa Malone.