You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory
Directed By Jack Kyser
- 19:59 minutes
- Erica Rose, Harry Tarre
- Jack Kyser
- Benjamin Dewey
Charlie, a socially inept young man, compulsively confesses every detail of his anti-social behavior to his mother, Hazel, with whom he still lives in Harlem. When Hazel asks him to finally move out of her apartment, Charlie is forced to confront his greatest fears - losing his only life witness and living in a world without his only friend and confidante.
Jack Kyser –
Jack Kyser is a recent graduate of NYU, where he was a Dean's Scholar and film major. He is currently in post-production on his new film "Jack and Lucas Go To A Wedding," and works as an assistant to Emmy-winning filmmaker Nancy Buirski. He is currently playing the lead role in Alex Fofonoff's feature film "Blood and Thunder." His previous films have screened at the Beacon Film Festival, NewFilmmakers New York, Metropolitan Film Festival of New York, Coney Island Film Festival and Big Apple Film Festival. At NYU, he received the Sony Electronics Scholarship and the Emerson Scholarship from Tisch, interned for a year-and-a-half at Martin Scorsese's Sikelia Productions, and served on the Tisch New Theatre Executive Board. He has written a film column for Austin Family Magazine since 2004.