The Oates' Valor

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The Oates' Valor
The Oates' Valor poster.jpg
Directed by Tim Thaddeus Cahill
Produced by Andy Bruntel, Leo Jaramillo (co-producers)
Tim Thaddeus Cahill, Ross Danielson, Victory Palmisano, Ali Zubik (producers)
Written by Tim Thaddeus Cahill
Starring Conrad Apfell
Daniel Carpenter
Jordan David
Grant Gimby
Shannon Holt
Adèle Jacques
Jack Moore
Amanda O'Brien
Ryan Patterson
Whitney Rydbeck
Cinematography David Rom
Edited by Matt Barber
Distributed by Independent
Release date
  • April 19, 2007 (2007-04-19)
Running time
14 minutes
Country United States
Language English
French

The Oates' Valor is a short film written and directed by Tim Thaddeus Cahill. Cahill's first film is a coming of age comedy of a son's conflict with his demanding father. This 14 minute color piece was filmed on Super 16 mm film.

Plot[edit]

Teenage Boyson Oates (played by Jordan David) conflicts with his demanding father (played by Jack Moore).[1] After an unsuccessful attempt to follow his fathers's orders, Boyson runs away from home, but is lured back for a reconciliation by one final parental act of appeasement.

Reception[edit]

The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.[2] It has been featured at the Silver Lake Film Festival,[3] the Nantucket International Film Festival,[4] Small Potato Short Film Festival,[5] and the Dereel Independent Film Festival.[6]

It will be a Competition Short at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.[7][8]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ NYTimes Movies
  2. ^ Sundance
  3. ^ Silver Lake Film Festival
  4. ^ Nantucket International Film Festival
  5. ^ Small Potato Short Film Festival Archived 2005-01-12 at Archive.is
  6. ^ Dereel Independent Film Festival
  7. ^ "The Oates' Valor". Answers.com Web site. n.d. Retrieved 2007-04-24.
  8. ^ Alternative screenings- Pasadena Weekly