Director and writer Lindsey Ryan’s SEASICK follows the story of Ferry deckhand Sadie who is in disarray as she tries to delete a love-confessing text to her co-worker. The film is inspired by the director’s summer ferry job.
This LGBTQ+ is set to world premiere at Palm Springs International Shortfest.
Sadie, a 17-year-old ferry deckhand has her day turned upside down when she tries to delete a love-confessing text message before outing herself to the crew.
Lindsey is an award-winning filmmaker from Long Island and is currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Her freelance film career spans 10 years with an early introduction to the industry in high school. She is the prior director’s assistant to Reed Morano and is currently directing her self-produced work in New York.
This heart-breaking LGBTQ+ short is produced by Samantha Scolarici who is well established in her field. She has worked on productions for MTV, THE JENNY MCARTHY SHOW, SNL, VARSITY SPORTS CHANNEL, and ESPN. The beautiful cinematography was brought to life by Ming Jue Hu.
SEASICK will screen at Palm Springs International Shortfest this month.