"What is not brought to consciousness comes to us as fate."
BASTARD is a feature film to be shot in May and June of 2018.
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What if you woke up one day to find out that your life has been a lie?
Would you continue to live in the lie or try to invent a new reality for yourself?
When Oscar, a young art painter from Brooklyn, finds out after the death of his mother that suspicious payments have been made to her account, he’s determined to find out who and why.
His investigation takes him on a journey from the Lower East Side’s art world to wealthy Upper Manhattan.
What he finds out could change his life for better or worse, but there’s no escaping the truth.
SEBASTIAN BUCZYK is a NYC based filmmaker. He was born in Poland and grew up on the Lower East Side, Manhattan. He studied directing and screenwriting at the New School and completed a Meisner Acting Program at the Ward Studio in Chelsea. He directed 6 short films: Girl, Welcome, Chase, He Is The Ocean, 2nd Ave, and Homework. ‘He Is The Ocean’ won the Emerging Filmmaker Award and ‘Homework’ won the Cinematography Award at the Dorothy Hirshon Film Festival. He wrote a short film Bleed that was in the competition at SIFF (Seattle). He also directed a play, ‘Shaman’, for La Tea Theater Festival on the Lower East Side.
His most recent work includes cinematography for Central Park Dark, a feature film starring Tom Sizemore and a music video for Jay Kila. On the commercial side, he shot a short fashion film for Geova, a Brazilian designer based in New York, and UMA by Raquel Davidowicz, one of the most important designers in Brazil. The film featured Emma Hepburn, the granddaughter of Audrey Hepburn.
In the Spring of 2018, he’ll direct BASTARD, a feature he wrote. He loves playing chess in Bryant Park and welcomes anyone to try to beat him.
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