Screening Block D, Fri 4/21 @ 8:30PM
Strangers on a bus rally behind a fellow passenger as she urges the driver to catch up to a bus ahead of them. After succeeding, the passengers are shocked by the horrific turn of events once the woman boards the other bus. Their disbelief is matched only by their guilt.
“There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action.” — Goethe
Directed and Written by Gail Gilbert
Writer and director Gail Gilbert has been a film editor in Chicago’s advertising community for over 20 years. Her work for many Fortune 500 companies has aired nationally and internationally. Recently Gail opened her own production company, initiating a second career as a director. She has made 3 short documentaries and 2 award-winning narrative shorts. Gail has a degree in Radio-TV-Film from Northwestern University, and a certificate in the Basic Program of Western Literature from the University of Chicago. Currently she is pursuing an MFA in Writing for the Screen + Stage at Northwestern University.