Gimme Little Sign

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Music Video from United States, 4 minutes


Screens Thursday, February 26, 2015
Screening Block 3: 8pm-11:15pm

Directed by PM Romero and Scott Montgomery
Produced by PM Romero and Scott Montgomery

A climate change catastrophe will look a lot like war. Before the ice caps melt, before the jetstream changes course, long before sea levels take Manhattan, we humans will erode what’s civil between us. Where were you born? Who are your parents? The answers will be the largest determiner of your worth. We will find value in the lives of some and others not. History that’s been sanitized or forgotten will obscure its cautionary tale and our demand for simple answers will be obliged. It is difficult to imagine such destruction made by our own hand…so we will imagine something else. Climate change is about a change in us, a change in what we’re willing to accept. It is a shift in how we treat each other and how we justify the things we want. On September 21 2014, 400,000 people crowded New York City to demand a stop to the momentum behind this human disaster. The largest climate change protest in history is a sign that we can make a difference. In this music video the legendary Brenton Wood joins the Americana duo William Pilgrim for a remake the 1967 classic, Gimme Little Sign, filmed during this historic event.

About the Director

PM Romero is a dichotomy, a savant, and an enigma with a 10,000 foot view of the world. His focus on social activism and awareness will benefit future generations. But make no mistake, his production company, Live Ice House, is his ship on the sea. Scott Montgomery is a mix of eastern work ethic and blind romantic optimism. He creatively captures what people think on film. Live Ice House has been a dream project, an art forum & social activism bullhorn for both that will hopefully tickle your brain and move you to dance.


About Winter Film Awards

Winter Film Awards (WFA) is a volunteer-run and operated celebration of the diversity of local and international film-making. Our Mission is to recognize excellence in cinema and to promote learning and artistic expression for people at all stages of their artistic careers with a focus on nurturing emerging filmmakers and helping them gain recognition and contacts to break into this difficult industry. We pride ourselves on our diverse collection of Festival selections, allowing our audience to enjoy films they normally wouldn’t think to seek out. WFA is a minority- and women-owned registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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