It was a full house at the Oberon Theatre in Harvard Square for the Nerdnite special.
There was a lot of discussion after the movie, some of it included what the casting process was like. But, there was also a lot of good commentary about how much work and planning, it actually takes to make a short film.
In the nights first talk,“Who needs friends when you’ve got Google?” speaker Adrian Ward pondered whether or not Google is making us stupid and how it is reshaping the way we think about relationships.
In the second talk, Aviv Rubenstein discussed why The Persistence of Vision is a key factor in explaining the language of cinema and why movies have captivated us for the past 100 years.
A timeline of the story arc starting with the inciting incident, through the journey and finally ending with the climax was part of the third act of his lecture.
The movie was then followed by a Q&A session with the cast and crew.