It’s 1983 and 12-year-old Rain wants sex, the only problem is she has no idea what that means. With her self-absorbed parents distracted by their recent divorce, Rain is left alone to navigate the complexities of love and adulthood, and learns to do it her own way.
Amber Sealey is an award-winning filmmaker. She has been supported as an artist by Sundance, Film Independent, Women In Film, and is a fellow of the prestigious AFI Directing Workshop for Women. She was selected for the WeForShe DirectHer program, Film Independent’s Directing Lab and their Fast Track program. Her short film, HOW DOES IT START, world premiered at Sundance, won Best Narrative Short at Sarasota Film Festival, and is currently on the festival circuit. Her feature film NO LIGHT & NO LAND ANYWHERE was theatrically released by Factory 25 and won a Special Jury Award at the LA Film Festival. Executive produced by Miranda July, it won the Indie Vision Breakthrough Feature Award at TCFF. Her second feature, HOW TO CHEAT, won Best Performance at the LA Film Festival, and won both Best Narrative Film and Best Acting at BendFilm Festival, and was released by FilmBuff. She is currently writing and directing a feature film for Duplass Brothers Productions, as well as in development on three features and a comedy pilot she wrote. She lives in Los Angeles with her family.
WINNER: Best Narrative Short at Sarasota Film Festival
- Sundance Film Festival
- Women + Film Festival
- Bentonville Film Festival
- LA Shorts International Film Festival
- Fear No Film Utah Arts Festival
- Omaha Film Festival
- Champs-Élysées Film Festival
- The Future of Film is Female presented by MoMA at Nitehawk Cinema - Williamsburg