SEASONS IN THE SUN (in financing)
A USA-french coproduction
Directed by Nathan Silver
Young French Evy, 23, has just arrived in Miami Beach, for an internship. She moves into the Flamingo, a condo by the bay full of carefree partygoers. She becomes fast friends with one roommate, Val, a rich New Yorker who is always trying to reinvent herself. The two go from roommates to secret lovers one drunken night. The tormented character of Val, and the accumulation of parties, is going to endanger their relationship. Between passion, break-up and declaration of love, Evy, a few years later, has returned to France and reminisces their relationship.
About Nathan Silver:
Nathan Silver graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2005. Since then, the filmmaker has written and directed five short films and six feature films: THE BLIND
(2009), EXIT ELENA (2012), SOFT IN THE HEAD (2013), UNCERTAIN TERMS (2014), STINKING HEAVEN (2015), and ACTOR MARTINEZ (2016, co-director). His films have played festivals around the world, including Locarno, New York, Rotterdam, Viennale, Vancouver, Deauville, Melbourne, Los Angeles, Torino, Munich, and BAFICI and venues
including MoMA and the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Filmmaker Magazine named Silver “one of the most interesting emerging directors in U.S. indie film,” and he was profiled by The New York Times.