Kim Cummings: Writer/Director/Producer
Kim Cummings is the writer/director of Weeki Wachee Girls, a 20-minute short, which played in over seventy festivals around the world. It picked up three “best of” awards and was a finalist at Taos in 2000. It aired on San Francisco’s PBS station and NY Metro Channels and was distributed by Atomfilms. Previous writing credits include a one-act play, Lunch At Tom’s Ham & Eggery, which was a finalist at New York’s Strawberry One-Act Festival in 2004. Her last film, a 5-minute experimental piece, Flower Of A Girl,played in festivals throughout the Northeast. She recently directed That’s What She Told Me, a short film about one woman’s journey to find the father she never knew. In Montauk is her first feature.
Logline for In Montauk
A pregnant photographer on the cusp of success has an affair which leads her to a life-changing decision.
Synopsis of In Montauk
In Montauk is a drama about an artist on the cusp of success, who has an affair which leads her to a life-changing decision. Photographer Julie Wagner is taking photos in Montauk in the off-season for her first solo show. Pregnant, alone and under pressure to create new work for the impending show, she becomes involved with Christian, a composer, who becomes her muse and lover. Complicating matters is Julie’s husband Josh. Who will she choose? And who will pay the consequences?
Synopsis of That’s What She Told Me