There's Always Time To Say It

A man calls the same people every day to say goodbye.

  • Jen Kuhn
  • Jen Kuhn
  • Jen Kuhn
  • Neal Tyler
  • Georgia Reed
  • Matthew Jacobs
    Key Cast
  • Jen Kuhn
    Key Cast
  • Megan Duffy
    Key Cast
  • Georgia Reed
    Key Cast
  • David Goryl
    Key Cast
  • Neal Tyler
    Director of Photography
  • Jane Antonia Cornish
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    14 minutes 41 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 7, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    6,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Jen Kuhn

JEN KUHN enjoys a career as a writer/director, producer, actress, and cellist based in Los Angeles.

She graduated high school at Interlochen Arts Academy and went on to conservatory at Cleveland Institute of Music for Cello Performance.

As a cellist, she has since recorded on over 200 movies and TV shows. As an actor, she has appeared in TV and films such as PARENTHOOD, CASTLE, BOSTON LEGAL, and most recently in Bernard Rose's latest film TRAVELING LIGHT opposite Tony Todd, in which she was also Associate Producer.

A couple of her screenplays have advanced to Second Rounds for both the Austin Film Festival and Sundance Screenwriters Labs. She has most recently worked as Script Coordinator for Amazon's MODERN LOVE and MOZART IN THE JUNGLE, and as a Director's Assistant for Kat Coiro (She-Hulk, Marry Me) for a couple pilots for Fox/Disney Studios.

She is currently preparing to direct her first feature GRACIAS PADRE - set in Mazatlán, Mexico.

When she isn’t filmmaking, writing, acting, or playing cello, she can be found elbow deep in the dirt of her garden plot in a peaceful community garden, smack in the heart of Hollywood, harvesting vegetables and exhausting her friends with garden metaphors.

Jen is a member of the WGAW, SAG-AFTRA, and the AFM.


MATTHEW JACOBS has been writing, directing, and more recently acting for over thirty years both in the UK and America. Writing credits include THE EMPEROR'S NEW GROOVE, DOCTOR WHO, LASSIE, PAPERHOUSE, YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES and many more ranging from grind-house to art-house. Directing credits include award-winning BBC/BFI feature films: HALLELUJAH ANYHOW (Sundance 1992) and MOTHERTIME (BANFF 1998) and indy movies YOUR GOOD FRIEND and BAR AMERICA. Acting credits include co-lead in BOXING DAY(2012) with Danny Huston which played in competition at the Venice Film Festival and was released theatrically in the UK. He can currently be seen in a leading roles in Bernard Rose's TRAVELING LIGHT and his own award-winning documentary DOCTOR WHO AM I (Gravitas 2023).

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Director Statement

I wanted to explore the final days of a man determined to take his own life and his preparations to make peace beforehand. I wanted to capture the cycle of loss, isolation, and suicide. And how we as a society are there (and not there) for each other in our busy modern lives while having plenty of ways to connect.