Take It Down

Moments before her improv audition, comedy-lover Amy discovers her suave boyfriend has been cheating on her...and that she has to do a scene with him and the un-funny woman he cheated on her with.

  • Andrew Bourne
  • Andrew Bourne
  • Aidan Whitman Baker
  • Jessie Warger
    Key Cast
  • Gonzalo Londoño
    Key Cast
  • Brianna Eljaua
    Key Cast
  • AJ Alvarez
    Key Cast
    "The Judge"
  • Megan Baer
    Director of Photography
  • Kate Andersen
  • Travaé Davis
    Sound Mixer
  • Lukas Anderson
    Production Assistants
  • Luas LaMontagne
    Production Assistants
  • Landon Watford
    Production Assistants
  • Nickolas Kewla
    Background Extras
  • Allison Crawford
    Background Extras
  • Kathryn Clinton
    Background Extras
  • Jerry Sola
    Background Extras
  • Nia Alexander
    Background Extras
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    comedy, improvisational theatre, improv, stage, dramedy
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 44 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 12, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    88 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Andrew Bourne

Andrew's interest in storytelling began when he and his family went on a year-long road trip to 48 states, where he met many eclectic types of people, as well as occasionally sleepwalking in trailer parks. An Atlanta native, Andrew desires to make comedic films with heartfelt emotions. In his free time, Andrew enjoys improv, sketch comedy, and hiking. Andrew is currently a student at FSU's College of Motion Picture Arts.

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Director Statement

I have a background in improv comedy, so I wanted to create a film which portrayed the specific culture of college improv while showcasing what happens to someone when they have to perform a scene after receiving very terrible news. There is a comedic irony in someone trying to be funny on-stage after learning that their boyfriend cheated on them, and then discovering they have to do a scene with the other woman as well. College improv has a lot of people dating each other, and sometimes people do scenes with their exes or people they don’t like, so I wanted to play with the comedy of people being forced to do a scene together at the worst possible moment.