What if mobsters from Scorsese's films took over a fast food joint?
Directed by Jonathan Fahn.
Written by Marty Parker.
Produced by Jonathan Fahn, Tom Hughes, & David Fox.
Edited by Russell Harnden III.
Music by Greg E. Bell.
Starring Tom Fahn as Bobby, Jonathan Fahn as Joey, & Betty Fraser from "Top Chef" (billed here as Betty Porter) as Sharon.
With Dan Lorge, Darin Cooper, Ruben Pla...
FAST FOOD premiered at the Texas Film Festival and went on to play in 40+ festivals including: The Hollywood Renaissance Film Festival (Best Short Film), Atlantic City Film Festival (Best Director of a Short Film), Baltimore's MicroCineFest (Best Short), Pacific Coast Film Festival (Honorable Mention), NYC's Caroline's Funny Shorts Film Festival, (Finalist), Palm Springs Film Festival, Taos Talking Pictures Festival, among others.
FAST FOOD was chosen as the opening night short film at the Downtown Film Festival in Tribeca, New York (with the feature "Boiler Room") and at the Dockers Classically Independent Film Festival, Los Angeles (with the feature "Restaurant").
FAST FOOD also recently appeared in the NYC Food Film Festival!
FAST FOOD was also one of the first short films featured by the indie film website Atom Films and was mentioned on CNN, in Variety, the Hollywood Reporter, and the Los Angeles Times.
Martin Scorsese himself has seen this parody and enjoyed it so much he contacted the film maker looking for more copies! Thanks Marty! You got it!