“Fill your Heart with French Fries” is a brilliant sad comedy short that is written, directed and edited by Tamar Glezerman, starring Lindsay Burdge, Auri Jackson, Scott Friend, Alexis Powell, Sarah Ellen Stephens, Tom O’keefe and Finn Douglas. The direction of photography is by Evan Jake Cohen and the production is by Chris Casey and Silent Dog Pictures. For the full credits click here and here.
The tale of a young woman who gets dumped by her girlfriend at a fast food joint, and, too sad to go home, just stays there for a week.
Tamar Glezerman is an Israeli writer, director and editor, living and working in Brooklyn. She has written and directed a mid length feature film “The Other War”, which Premiered at the Nashville international Film Festival and received much of media attention for it’s straightforward take on sexual identity and militarism in Israel. Her first feature script “The Mission” is signed with Tender Productions the company behind “Hatufim” and it’s american adaptation “Homeland”. Tamar has also edited the vastly popular Israeli documentary “Paying for Justice”, as well as the Berlinale featured short “Grown Up” and she was closing editor on IFP alumni “Concussion” (Sundance, Special Jury Prize Winner Berlin) and “Patrolman P” (DOC NYC). She has edited and edit-consulted for clients ranging from Disney to Bob Dylan and is a member of the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective.
You can read a great interview with Tamar and learn more about the story behind the film here.
All images © Tamar Glezerman / FILL YOUR HEART WITH FRENCH FRIES