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Daylight Savings

In a world that has been overrun with monsters, Logan must survive the night being hunted down - with only a flashlight to help.

  • Kaylyn Bosh
  • Madeline Douglass
  • Brooklyn Alexander
    Bingo Night
  • Alejandro Pagan
    Key Cast
  • Charlie Zhou
    Director of Photography
  • Eric A Johnson
  • Jaclyn Demmert
  • Neel Sawant
    1st AC
  • Jack Natsui
    Supervising Sound Editor
  • Ben Haefs
    Sound Design
  • Cheng Wen Chu
    2nd AC
  • Tristan Grim
    Key Grip
  • Youi Shih
    Title Design
  • Logan Garrett
    Costume and Production Design
  • Angie Meerson
    Costume and Production Design
  • Pong Tulyathan
  • Brittany Guillot
  • Brandon Harper
    Assistant Editor
  • Bray G Miller
    Stunt Coordinator
  • Taylor Brand
    Storyboard Artist
  • Tonya Hassell
    Creature Creator
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Horror, Sci-fi, drama, thriller
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    May 19, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    990 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital, FS7
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Director Biography - Kaylyn Bosh

Kaylyn Bosh has been studying film for 6 years. “It started when my video teacher in high school handed me a camera and told me to make whatever I wanted,” she says. “It was a challenge to bring my imagination to life.” She followed her passion to SCAD in Georgia and tackled Daylight Savings as her senior thesis film.

“When I was in high school, I made this film where a friend died. It made my whole class cry,” Kaylyn explains. “I wanted to continue do that - to create an emotion in people. Keep them wide eyed and ready for something else.”

When creating Daylight Savings, Kaylyn was interested in making horror films as it was one of the only genre she hadn’t tackled yet. “I’m a huge fan of James Wan,” she says. “And after seeing A Quiet Place, I knew what I had to do - I had to try my hand at horror. So I took some ideas from that as well as The Sun Vanished to draw in people and make them want this kid to survive.”

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Director Statement

For as long as we’ve been telling scary stories, we have always known that the light is what saves us. That no matter what happens, if we just turn on the lamp, will be safe from whatever is
waiting for us in the dark. But what happens when you turn on the lights and the monster is still there? That’s what I wanted to explore - what happens when the light isn’t safe?