"HOW I GOT TO THE MOON BY SUBWAY"

narrative

SYNOPSIS

After being diagnosed with ALS, an older man goes to the hospital with his partner to record his voice bank before he loses the ability to speak.

Starring Arnie Burton, Tom Belgrey, and Analisa Gutierrez

FILM FESTIVALS

2019 Vimeo Staff Pick
2019 Palm Springs International ShortFest
2019 Outfest
2019 Tacoma Film Festival
2019 Inside Out LGBT Film and Video Festival
2018 Iris Prize Nominee
2019 Roze Filmdagen: Amsterdam LGBTQ+ Film Festival
2019 Hollyshorts Film Festival
2019 Edmonton International Film Festival
2019 Miami Film Festival Official Selection - Zeno Mountain Award Nominee
2019 Walla Walla Movie Crush
2018 National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY) Official Selection
2018 Discover Film Awards Winner - Best Director
2018 Bushwick Film Festival Official Selection
2018 Sardinia Queer Short Film Festival Official Selection
2018 Serile Filmului Gay International Film Festival
2019 Pink Lobster LGBTQIA+ Film Festival
2019 Philip K. Dick Film Festival Official Selection
2019 That Film Festival Official Selection
2019 Wicked Queer: Boston LGBT Film Festival
2019 Vinokino LGBTQ+ Festival
2019 MIX COPENHAGEN Film Festival
2019 Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival

CAST

Sol - ARNIE BURTON
Ben - TOM BELGREY
Doctor - ANALISA GUTIERREZ

CREW

director/producer TYLER RABINOWITZ (tylerrabinowitz.com)
writers JACK HEALY, TYLER RABINOWITZ
cinematographer JACKSON JARVIS
editor TYLER RABINOWITZ
production designer LAINE ELLIOT
original score NATHAN PRILLAMAN
consulting producer SEAN WEINER

1st ad LUCY ADAMS
unit production manager CHLOE JURY-FOGEL, KURT CSOLAK, DAVID SPADORA
gaffer SAM WOLFF
key grip REMINGTON LONG
1st ac OLIVIA BOOKER
2nd ac MOIRA FETT
production sound & boom op JULIAN CAHILL
art assistant KURT CSOLAK, DAVID SPADORA
on set photo KURT CSOLAK, LINHAN ZHANG
sound design & mix WILL MAYO
vfx supervisor TYLER RABINOWITZ
vfx artists BEN KADIE, JOSH KANE, ANDREW LIN
color OWEN LAZUR
hmu LILY LI, SABRINA GALLETTI

Made possible through the support of Creative Culture at the Jacob Burns Film Center