On April 11th, Wood Street Galleries will host an exclusive red-carpet screening of The End Again starring Columbus Short (Scandal) opposite his real-life wife, Tanee McCall-Short (The Losers).
Great Fortune Films and Great Picture Show Productions presents director Crystle C. Roberson‘s short film, The End Again, an emphatic reflective portrait of a couple’s joys and falls at the close of their six-year relationship. Shot over a two-day period in the historic Edgewood neighborhood of Atlanta, GA, the contemporary romantic drama illustrates the sometimes complex yet nuanced struggles that often accompany breakups as Jane Salmon (McCall-Short) and Joe Maxwell (Short) attempt to reconcile their personal battles of conscience against a love that still remains. Written by Felicia Pride and featuring a soundtrack from R&B group The Foreign Exchange, the film is a prequel to the forthcoming feature-length project entitled Openended, which reunites Joe and Jane for a single day to mourn the loss of a mutual friend and to confront unresolved feelings.
The End Again begins at 6 p.m. A talk-back session with the filmmakers will follow. The event will also include a performance by The Foreign Exchange. Tickets are $20 and are available for purchase at Omicelo.