I’ll See You Around
Watch Free from April 14 to May 4
I’ll See You Around explores a day in the life of Lucas, a 30 year-old African-American man, living in Ithaca, New York who is trying to finish his degree at community college. After discovering that his older brother, Kenji, who has just been released from jail, may be responsible for stealing his laptop to buy drugs, Lucas embarks on an emotional journey to learn how to cope with betrayal and dangerous blood ties. We follow Lucas as he navigates his relationships with his mother, his child’s mother, and his Ivy League girlfriend while most importantly striving to be a good father to his daughter. Will he be able to reconcile with those he loves or will his troubled past destroy his chances?
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR(S)
Daniel Pfeffer is an award winning Mexican-American filmmaker who grew up in Ithaca, New York. He attended Brooklyn College and NYU Tisch School of the Arts for Film and TV production. After earning his BFA, he went on to work in the film industry under various capacities. Daniel strives to use captivating narrative by creating socially conscious films, which speak to the human condition and to audiences worldwide. He received his MFA for Screenwriting and Directing from the graduate film program at Columbia University’s School of the Arts. “I’ll See You Around” is based off his latest short film “While I Was Gone” which screened at LA Film Festival, Dallas International Film Festival, Palm Springs Short Fest, and won the Domestic Student Award at Denver Film Festival.