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Nick, a chef on the brink of opening his first restaurant, struggles to put his life back together following the loss of his mother. At his wife's urging, he reluctantly reaches out to Briana, his estranged, transgender father. Seeking closure with both parental relationships, he invites Briana to join him on St. Simons Island, Georgia to scatter his mother’s ashes. Their journey across the American Southeast brings their tumultuous family history into full view and Nick and Briana must come to terms with the rocky emotional terrain of their pasts while determining a new path forward.

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Timothy Hall is a graduate of the School of Filmmaking at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. 'Landlocked' marks his third feature film. Hall's previous feature, 'Born River Bye,' won the Georgia Film Award at the 2017 Atlanta Film Festival. The film was also nominated by the Georgia Film Critics Association for the Oglethorpe Award for Excellence in Georgia Cinema and would go on to play festivals around the country. His debut feature, 'Ordinary Wilderness,' premiered at the 2012 Philadelphia Independent Film Festival. Hall lives in Smyrna, Georgia with his wife and two sons.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    83 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Premiere
    World Premiere
  • Director
    Timothy Hall
  • Screenwriter
    Timothy Hall, Jonathan Foster
  • Producer
    Timothy Hall, Daniel Hansen, Leslie Hall, Alexander Sablow
  • Cast
    Dustin Gooch, Delia Kropp, Ashlee Heath, Davis Hall, Jeffrey Charles Morgan, Rich Robertson, Julie Jones Ivey