Patrick Clement is a Kansas-based filmmaker and a graduate of the prestigious Directing MFA Program at Columbia University. His award-winning short films have screened at festivals around the world including Reykjavik, Uppsala, Dances with Films, Cucalorus and more. His film “Rabbits” won Best Student Short at the NH Film Festival, while his film ‘Three Corner House,” starring Michael J Burg from “Orange is the New Black,” won Best Actor at the Tallgrass Film Festival for newcomer Ty Baumann’s portrayal of a sexual adventurous teen. His screenplays have been finalists at Screamfest, Nashville and in the top five on the Blacklist’s real-time Screenplay List. “New Hampshire Boy,” a semi-autobiographical script about pansexual homeless punks, was a 2021 Zaki Gordon Excellence in Screenwriting Award Winner. He’s a seven-time Kansas Press Association Award recipient, a Catwalk Artist Residency fellow, and a card-carrying member of the Wichita Postcard Club.
After a lonely man stumbles into a love connection, a disagreement over desserts leads to a shocking tragedy.