Live A Little: with director David Jaffe
After a drunken night ending in a fight, a man wakes up to find that a murder was committed and that he may be responsible.
LIVE A LITTLE was a project that David Jaffe wrote to explore the of rumors of violence. Recruiting production resources from the video collective The Lookout DC. LIVE A LITTLE stars Reggie Melbrough, a local comedian in Washington, D.C. Reggie has been featured by the Washington Post, CBS, and DCist. Reggie has opened for many comedians who come to DC such as Trevor Noah, Dave Foley, & Eric Andre. The film was shot in late 2015 and edited in 2016. The final touches of the films score were written by Scott Hesel of the Baltimore band Eureka Birds. The film premiered in August at the historic Howard Theatre in DCs Shaw neighborhood. LIVE A LITTLE is currently on the festival circuit.
About the filmmaker: David Jaffe is a filmmaker born & raised in Washington, D.C. His portfolio can be seen on resistortransistor.com His first feature film Live a Little is currently being shown on the festival circuit. David has helped run productions at the historic Howard Theatre, working for talent such as Fred Armisen, John Waters, & Hannibal Buress. When not at the theatre he has an office at the video collective The Lookout DC where he edits branded content for production companies. He is currently working on his next feature film, Leak which was featured in Spotlight on Screenwriters.
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