Published on April 18th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby0
Creators of ‘Living With Strangers’ Discuss the Messages of the Hoboken International Film Festival Standout
Back story – Living With Strangers is a serialized comedy series where Nancy, a young aspiring filmmaker moves into an old and dingy apartment in New York City with college students she doesn’t know at all. She discovers her new roommates have a very unsettling secret and debates whether moving to NYC was a big mistake.
Created by Tracy A. Ofosuhene and Carissa Pinckney, follow FIVE anomalous young adults as they get to know each other, break each other down and attempt to navigate life in New York…one calamity at a time.
Living With Strangers is an official selection of Hoboken INTERNATIONAL Film Festival this year. HIFF is quoted to be:
“One of the World’s Top 10 Film Festivals” – FOX & TIME WARNER
The selection process for most film and TV festivals are highly competitive, rigorous, and difficult. HIFF received over 1,500 submissions and selected less than 10% of projects. One of them was LIVING WITH STRANGERS so least to say that this is a huge honor!
The Hype Magazine got on the line with co-creators Tracy A. Ofosuhene and Carissa Pinckney ahead of the new season slated to drop this April to find out more about the creation of the series and why “Living With Strangers” is so timely in this day and age…tune in!
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