All Together Now

A family gathers together to celebrate the season's meager harvest. In a time of draught and violence, the matron of the house attempts to bring a sense of control and safety to her household.

  • Nicole Berry
  • Nicole Berry
  • Nicole Berry
  • Nicole Berry
    Key Cast
    First Date, Before the Dark, Next Door
  • James Albert
    Key Cast
  • Oona Albert-Berry
    Key Cast
    Tono Sommesso
  • Fox Albert-Berry
    Key Cast
  • Manuel Crosby
    Cinematography by
    First Date, Wounded
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  • Genres:
    Drama, Horror
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Nicole Berry

Nicole is a California-based actor, writer and director recognized for her work both on stage and screen. Regarded as a "standout" on for her performance in the Sundance 2021 premiere of "First Date" (coming to the public via Magnet Releasing July of 2021), she hopes to earn similar praise for her writing. Her work can be seen on stage in the upcoming production of "A Stage of Her Own", a collaborative project voicing authentic stories of the female experience in theatre (debut date pending per quarantine protocols). She runs a podcast titled "Fresh Juice" focussing on dramatic readings of short works of multiple genres. Shouldering a growing collection of screenplays, she looks forward to a future in front of and behind the camera.

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Director Statement

"All Together Now" is an understated horror story which quietly and calmly narrates catastrophe. I want viewers to ask themselves "How bad is bad enough...?" Bad enough to require our intervention, bad enough to warrant drastic responses, bad enough to require surrender? I was inspired by individuals who suffered domestic/systematic abuse who, upon sharing their woes, were often not believed. Minimalization and negation of hardship lead to irreparable damages.

I wanted the film to be minimalistic. Production of art should not be negated by limited resources.