Fitzgerald's Flask

Uploaded on Monday 1 January 2007


“Fitzgerald's Flask” is a fantasy mixture of Roaring Twenties silent film cinema and futuristic science fiction. Destitute and drunk, Jazz Age author F. Scott Fitzgerald (“The Great Gatsby”) contacts sci-fi writer H.G. Wells (“The Time Machine”) and travels forward in time to the 21st century. Upon arrival, he auctions his memorabilia and thus reaps the rewards of his posthumous success. Filmed on Long Island and in Manhattan. Winner of the “Best Short Film-Video” Award at the 2006 Long Island International Film Expo. Produced and directed by Philip Snyder and Robert M. Snyder.


Language: English

Length: 25 minutes

Country: United States