Todd, an awkward teenage boy, makes a mess of the last day he and his girlfriend get to spend together before she moves away. He enlists his friends in a harrowing plan to make it up to her but realizes that no effort will take away the melancholy of losing his first love.
Length: 14 minutes
Premiere: New York
CHRIS TEAGUE is a writer, director, cinematographer and recent graduate of Columbia University's MFA program. His film Thorndike has also been accepted to the IFP Market and was awarded the New Line Cinema Development Grant. Teague recently placed second in the Eastman Scholars Program, which recognizes film students focusing on cinematography. As a cinematographer,
Teague has shot several short films such as Salt Kiss, which played in the 2006 New York Film Festival.