The Last Time in a Long Time

It’s difficult to recognize and appreciate something in the moment — more so if you’ve never experienced it before — and especially if it only happens once in a lifetime. Moments, whether earning your degree or going on a camping trip, are nothing without the right people by your side. This film, about one of the last times childhood friends are together at the same time, gives a candid peek into the optimism and uncertainty facing this generation as they grow up and venture into the real world.

  • Kaard Bombe
  • Cammeron Neely
  • Kaard Bombe
    Director of Photography
  • Cammeron Neely
  • Kaard Bombe
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Experimental, Feature
  • Genres:
    Friendship, College, millennial, Youth, Grow, Inspirational, True Life, Comedy, Adventure, Philosophical, Saga, Boys to Men, Slice of Life, Social, Coming of Age, Documentary, Reality
  • Runtime:
    56 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    December 29, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Kaard Bombe, Cammeron Neely

Kaard Bombe is a DP and TV Cam Op with an extensive documentary/journalistic background, based out of both LA and Phoenix, AZ.

In the last year, Kaard has shot for clients such as Engadget, Curbed, The Weather Channel, Arizona State University, Disney, the NFL, the EPA, Pantene, and Persil. His network credits include ESPN, NBC, CBS, Fox Sports, Pac-12 Network, NFL Network, The Golf Channel, Time Warner SportsNet, Oxygen, and Univision, among others.

Currently, Kaard is working on the SCAPE project about the Colorado River through Arizona State University and the EPA, is the DP of the documentary series MODKIDS USA​ that follows racers in the Lucas Oil Offroad Series, and just wrapped up an architecture film showcasing locations from Montana to Dallas.

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Director Statement

Anticipation, nervousness, fear, excitement, uncertainty, potential, urgency. Do you remember what life was like when you were 22? When I went home to see my friends graduate from college last year, I never thought that the footage I shot for fun would turn into a feature length film capturing these emotions. But - ask almost anyone - growing up isn't easy.