With a premise that reads like a sort of metaphysical hipster post-apocalypse film, Benjamin Dickinson's First Winter
stands as one of the more intriguing titles in the first wave of Tribeca announcements.
In this extraordinary debut feature, a blackout of apocalyptic proportions strands a group of Brooklyn hipsters in a remote country farmhouse with no heat and no electricity during the coldest winter on record. At first, it's all sex and drugs and acoustic guitars. But as the days go on and the food supply dwindles, struggles of power, jealousy, and desire threaten the group's ability to work together in order to survive.
Partially financed via Kickstarter, there is already a trailer for the picture posted on it's official Kickstarter profile. Check it out below.
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