With Kelly De Martino and John Hawkes. Shot in Venice, CA. A young woman gets locked out of her home and then hit over the head by a orange. She searches for her key but ends up finding something else.
"The primary-colored conflicts forced upon the hapless protagonist mirror the internal struggles we face as we constantly juggle demands against desires in our day-to-day living. Maidoff draws audiences to identify with the heroine’s plight, pushing them to their intellectual limits while simultaneously holding their hand and assuring them, which gives this film an endearing quality that helps viewers stop, examine, and better appreciate their own world."
About Natasha Maidoff:
Filmmaker Natasha Maidoff’s work is held in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. Her films have toured internationally, including screenings at the Guggenheim and Pecci Museums. She has received artist residencies to Yaddo, VCCA, and the Wexner Center for the Arts.
Maidoff holds an MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA and a B.A. in Creative Writing from Oberlin College. She has been the recipient of a Mellon Grant and the Director’s Spotlight Award from UCLA’s Alumni Association.
She has more than 20 years experience in writing, directing and producing highly original and compelling intellectual properties, as well as a proven track record of completing aesthetically rich material and generating a body of work that is recognized as both art and social commentary. Maidoff's unusual blend of creative disciplines developed to create novel work across all platforms, unified by a uniquely female vision.