Writer/Director Patrick Clement is a graduate of the prestigious Directing MFA Program at Columbia University and a University of Kansas School of the Arts Alum. His short films have screened in competition at Hollyshorts, Uppsala, Dances with Films, Cucalorus, Brooklyn Film Festival, Reykjavik and others. He is an NBR Student Grant Winner, a Zakki Gordon Excellence in Screenwriting Award recipient and a Catwalk Artist Residency fellow. His screenplays have won top academic honors at Columbia University, placed at Screamfest, Nashville and Flickers RIFF. He was invited to the 2021 Black List Feature Lab and his semi-autobiographical script ‘New Hampshire Boy,’ about pansexual homeless punks in Boston, was selected for the 2021 Gotham Week (formerly IFP week) Project Market and is being produced by Ramin Bahrani. His debut feature 'Bury Me When I'm Dead,' a supernatural elevated horror film is slated to shoot in Spring 2022.
NEW HAMPSHIRE BOY (BLACKLIST LAB '21)
With a cross country trip less than a week away, two homeless punk rockers come to a crossroads when sexual exploration and street violence test their complicated friendship.