Golden Earth Film Award's Best Feature Film & Best Director winner of December 2020 Edition

Some Night Directed by Enrico Banson won the Best Feature Film & Best Director Award

Poster of the Film

Young couple Jared and Taylor have always been the perfect couple to their friends. But when they abruptly break-up, both Jared and Taylor quickly find comfort from their closest friends--some shared, some new--deciding that this bitter break-up gives way to enjoy the night and forget their troubles. What was supposed to be a typical friend's night out becomes one night of chaos, missed connections and new discoveries in this outrageous new comedy about friendship, relationships and how one crazy night can change everything.

About the Director: Enrico Banson

Enrico Banson is a filmmaker, music director, stage director and actor. Enrico got his degree in Film from San Francisco State University and has written and directed two full-length indie films, The After and Some Night. He’s worked both in front of and behind the scenes in many Hollywood movies. Enrico has stage-directed Jekyll & Hyde and Glory Days and music-directed numerous musicals. Some favorite stage acting credits: Dr. Fine/Dr. Madden in Next to Normal, Stephen in Farragut North (Masquers Playhouse), Serge in Art, Roger in RENT (San Francisco Regional Premiere/Hollywood Hudson Theatre), Georg in Spring Awakening (Hudson Theatre, LA), Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing (Golden Eagle Award/Winner the National Shakespeare Competition), Iago in Othello, Harry in Company (actor/muso version playing piano and trumpet as well). Enrico was a member of the teaching staff at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill from 2014 through 2019. He is a proud member of the Writer’s Guild and is currently a teaching artist at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre.

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