The Delivery

This brooding character piece examines the plight of Sean Kincaid. Isolated, alone, and stuck in a cycle of anxiety- when his childhood friend comes to him with a deal that can change their lives forever.

  • David Crane
    Director
    "Cherry."
  • David Crane
    Writer
    "Cherry."
  • Nick Gomez
    Key Cast
    "Sean Kincaid"
    Looper, Walking Dead, Snatchers
  • Frank Torti
    Producer
  • Project Type:
    Short, Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    drama, crime, crime-drama
  • Runtime:
    20 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    March 1, 2017
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    6k Red
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    No
  • Los Angeles International Shortfilm Festival
    Los Angeles
    United States
    August 4, 2017
    World Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Oaxaca FilmFest
    Oaxaca
    Mexico
    October 6, 2019
    New Industry Selection
  • Rendezvous Film Festival
    Amelia Island
    United States
    September 26, 2019
    Official Selection
Distribution Information
  • First Focus International
    Country: United States
    Rights: Video on Demand
Director Biography - David Crane

David was born in Philadelphia and raised as a latch-key kid 10 minutes away in the small, blue-collar town of Mount Holly, New Jersey. After graduating from University of Maryland, David moved to NYC and began his filmmaking career when he booked his first TV gig, HBO's OZ. Ever since, David has worked steadily in front of the camera earning credits with talented artists like Clint Eastwood on the film JERSEY BOYS, Christina Hendricks on AMC’s MAD MEN David Strathairn and Ray Wise in NO GOD, NO MASTER and Kristen Johnston on THE EXES among others.

During this time, David yearned to take a bigger role in storytelling so he began to write. His first play ONE RAINY NIGHT was produced in NYC and had a visceral effect on the audience. This one-act created the opportunity for David to study playwriting under Chris Shinn at NYU. Shinn encouraged David to transform the piece into a full-length play. However, David had other aspirations. He moved to Los Angeles and teamed with his childhood friend Quinn Saunders. The two worked relentlessly, polished the script, raised money and called in every favor they had.

ONE RAINY NIGHT was made into the feature film CHERRY in which David starred and Saunders directed. The film had a micro budget, no P.R. and no-known actors. It debuted at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, where it sold out, received a standing ovation and was reviewed as "Broodingly Memorable". CHERRY went on to other festivals, won Best Producers at Beverly Hills Film Festival, Best Picture in Charleston and received distribution.

In addition to writing about the adventures of damaged people, David loves to hang with his wife and son in Los Angeles, drink beer and yell at the TV when the Philadelphia Eagles are playing.

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