An exploration a young man’s thought process as he makes love to his girlfriend, and how a person’s upbringing can affect him/her in many ways.
Programmer’s Note: Rashaad Ernesto Green’s ‘Choices’ premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival in the form of the short short. ‘Choices’ juxtaposes sensuality and the intellect as it reveals a man’s psyche during an intimate moment. A Bronx native and former actor who received his MFA from NYU’s Graduate Film Program, Green explores issues of masculinity, identity, and family in his work. His award-winning short films ‘Premature’ and ‘Cuts’ have screened at festivals around the world and aired on HBO. Green returns to Park City with his first feature film, ‘Gun Hill Road’ ( http://www.mialmafilms.com ), which is in the U.S. Dramatic Competition at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
Rashaad Ernesto Green – Bronx-native Green received a BA from Dartmouth College and a MFA from the NYU Graduate Acting Program. “Premature,” his fifteen-minute short about a pregnant teenager, world-premiered at the 2008 American Black Film Festival, where it won the Grand Prize for Best Short Film in the HBO Short Film Competition. His latest short, the four-minute long “Choices,” shows a young man’s thought process as he makes love to his girlfriend. Green is focusing on making his first feature, “Gun Hill Road.”