Directed by Kaitlyn Fae
Madeira recounts an evening spent between two 30-something-year-olds, Carmen and Pacey. The story begins when Carmen arrives at Pacey’s house and presents him with a gift of Madeira wine. As the night unfolds, inhibitions dissolve, old hurts resurface, and a deception is unveiled.
Kaitlyn Fae was born in Los Angeles, California. She attended U.C. Santa Barbara, where she earned a B.A. in English in 2012. Since graduating, Kaitlyn has written for a number of magazines. She is currently writing the libretto to Los Californios, a comedic opera set during the Californian Civil War. It is set to premiere in 2018. Madeira is Kaitlyn’s first film.
Producer: Kaitlyn Fae
Director: Kaitlyn Fae
Writer: Kaitlyn Fae
Cinematographer: AJ Martinson III
Production Designer: Jacob Painter
Make-Up: Rick L. Baker, Sooyon Kim
Post Sound: Reece Miller
Music: Jason Aguja
Editor: AJ Martinson III
Cast: Ronit Aranoff, Matthew Marposon
Shorts Programs / 130 minsIn an effort to inspire, motivate and mobilize the Filipino-American and Filipino filmmaking community, we challenged them to create short films to premiere at The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival 2017. As a result, filmmakers of various levels of experience stepped up to share their artistic voice and storytelling. We are proud to present their efforts to all of you! - Craig Obligacion-Wilson
In This Program: The Last Straw, Colored Hearts, The Legend Of The Basketball Ghost, Plaza Blvd, I Don’t Love You, What You Don’t Say, Uncle Eddy, Miss Understanding, Madeira, Man of My Dreams, Finding Ronwe, Lolo Pepe