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Treasure

Treasure is a post-apocalyptic love story about two young men - Isaac, left behind as a child on the eve of the societal collapse and Jacob, lost in the forest after the death of his entire hunting party. The boys discover each other and learn to lean on each other, finding self-worth along the way.

  • Monty Wolfe
    Director
    In Pieces
  • Monty Wolfe
    Writer
    In Pieces
  • Miles Hill
    Producer
  • Connor McGarry
    Key Cast
    "Jacob"
    In Pieces
  • Jamin Elmore
    Key Cast
    "Isaac"
  • Mary Elizabeth Smith
    Key Cast
    "Frida"
  • Ashmon Jibben
    Key Cast
    "Aaron"
  • Project Type:
    Short
  • Genres:
    Romance, LGBTQ, Queer, Drama
  • Runtime:
    28 minutes 41 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    September 16, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    2,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital 4K
  • Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
  • New Filmmaker's Festival
    New York City
    United States
    March 4, 2020
    East Coast Premiere
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Monty Wolfe

Growing up gay in rural Louisiana, Monty Wolfe spent his early life a stranger in a strange land. It was through the cinema that he discovered himself and found a kinship with others. Fast forward to the present and Monty has been a student of film for many years with many provocative, entertaining, and award-winning films under his belt. Like the French New Wave, he seeks truth. Like the New Queer Cinema, he seeks community. Like Hollywood, he seeks accomplishment. Ultimately, he just wants to say something and be understood.

Monty currently thrives in Portland, Oregon with his partner and their dog.

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Director Statement

My goal is to entertain people who want LGBTQ stories outside the confines of consumer culture, gym culture, sexless sitcoms, and any mode which tries to define homosexuals through the lens of hegemonic masculinity or consumerist values.