It doesn't, at least for one individual who explores the reasons behind his trials and tribulations.

Synopsis

Approaching 50 and still hoping to have a family, Greg documents his dating life over a 6 year period and juxtaposes it against a wide range of commentary exploring the social forces that shape the American character.

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Greg Blatman Writer / Director / Producer / Editor

Greg Blatman began his formal creative education at the age of six with classical piano and violin, eventually moving on to the guitar. He studied classical composition for many years under the late David Sheinfeld, has worked as a professional photographer and has written poetry, short stories and works for the theatre. With a BA in Political Science and an MA in Education, film seemed to be a perfect marriage of his many interests and talents. He graduated from New York University with an MFA in Dramatic Writing where he received consecutive Tisch School of the Arts scholarships and was awarded the Lew Wasserman Fellowship in Screenwriting. He has written numerous screenplays and consulted on a variety of films, books and scripts in addition to teaching Advanced Screenwriting at UC Berkeley for many years. His films include Porndogs: The Adventures of Sadie, Kitty Litter, Outsourcing Love and is currently in pre-production of Trajectory.

Debbie Brubaker Producer

Living in San Francisco and having worked in the movie and TV biz for almost 4 decades, Debbie has been dubbed the “Godmother” of independent film. She recently wrapped the US portion of the movie Winchester and Line Produced the feature Sorry to Bother You. She has done local episodes of many TV series – the ABC miniseries, When We Rise, an episode of the “new” Fuller House, Parks and Recreation, Alcatraz and Red Widow. She PM’d on features such as Tim Burton’s Big Eyes and Woody Allen’s Jasmine and LP’d the feature The Diary of a Teenage Girl in addition to about 20 other films.

Luis Castillo Cinematography

A native of Guadalajara, Mexico, Luis Pedro Castillo has called the Bay Area home for the last 16 years where he lives with his wife and daughter. With a background in Computer Engineering, he has worked behind the camera as both photographer and cinematographer for individuals, corporations, and a wide variety of non-profit organizations including Stand Up For Kids, The Health Trust, Project MORE Foundation, LGBTQ Youth Space and others. As resident filmmaker for the County of Santa Clara, he produces media for its multiple departments including The Office of LGBTQ Affairs, the only county office in the country dedicated to the well-being and longevity of LGBTQ communities. Outsourcing Love is his first feature length film.

Venues

To be announced...