An urban fable about people looking for colors… told entirely in black and white. In a city with 16 million eyes, a photographer, a filmmaker and an almost-doctor can’t trust anything they see, but it’s one wrong glance that might bind them tightly together.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Together, Pornsak Pichetshote and Jason Garrett Lewis have picked up numerous festival awards and honorable mentions for their short film, “Women who Eat Meat,” which they co-directed. They’re currently in development for their first feature film, Widescreen, USA. “Color of a Doubt: an urban fable” is their second short film together.Pornsak Pichetshote (Writer/Director/Producer) is a published short-story writer and journalist who has worked in film in a number of different key positions both on-set and off-. His screenplay, Widescreen, USA, beat out over 7,000 others to make it to Project: Greenlight’s Top 250. He currently works as an editor at DC Comics’ mature readers’ imprint, Vertigo, where he works on a number of award-winning titles, working with such high-profile names as Darren Aronofsky, Grant Morrison, and Neil Gaiman.Jason Garrett Lewis (Director/Producer) was born in New York’s sister state, New Jersey, and it’s a badge he wears with pride. He aimed his first camera towards the streets of New York in the fifth grade, and has been shooting ever since. Currently a photographer, Jason’s work has appeared in a variety of magazines and CD covers, with him shooting some of the biggest names in hip-hop and rock, including Talib Kweli, Mos Def, and Cody Chesttnutt, amongst others. Filmmaking was a natural evolution, and Jason has shot, cast, directed, and produced numerous critically acclaimed films.