Strange Men is an emotional, brilliantly shot and acted, short film written by Andrew Fitzgerald and Sean Purtill and directed by Andrew Fitzgerald, starring Hannah Mosqueda, Thomas F. Duffy and Jim Garrity. The direction of photography is by Sing Howe Yam and the custume design by Monica Chamberlain. For the full credits click here.
Abby, a penniless young drifter, decides to return home. But plans change when a stranger begins following her.
Andrew Fitzgerald is an editor, director and writer. Graduating with a B.A. in Film and Media Arts from Temple University in Philadelphia, he has worked as an editor in television on “Comedy Bang! Bang!,” “Man Seeking Woman,” “Nathan For You” and “Portlandia”. Strange Men is his second film as a director, following The Weather’s Warm When the Sun’s Hot. Andrew’s goal as a filmmaker is to deliver the central concepts of each project in a distinct and effective manner. Through creative exploration and experimentation, each endeavour is built upon a solid foundation of ideas, shaping the final product into a precise and unique piece of work. Andrew’s third and most recent (2016) film “I Know You from Somewhere”, about a young woman who incurs the wrath of the internet after she inadvertently becomes a viral sensation, was selected for the 2017 Sundance Film Festival U.S. Narrative Short Films line-up. Other works by Andrew Fitzgerald can be viewed here.
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