“One Thousand” by Gabriel Fanelli is a riveting film of a teenager who tries to find closure for the death of his friend, but a stubborn thrift shop owner stands in his way.
The story delves into a character that confronts his sorrow over a friend’s death. The protagonist takes great lengths to find a camera containing his friend’s last memories, displaying a tremendous amount of grit and sacrifice in order to finish what his friend couldn’t.
Friend’s Mother: “He must not have had time to develop them, and they’re probably still in the camera, and it went with the rest of his stuff”
Protagonist: “Do you know where it ended up?”
Friend’s Mother: “No…”
Gabriel reflected on his experience in the Narrative Lab, “My time in the Narrative lab has been an invaluable experience. From refining my storytelling to experiencing what it’s like on a set, these are things that will stick with me for a very long time.”
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