Summer’s End

Directed by Grant Conversano

A family beach vacation collapses when 19-year-old Elliott catches his father cheating on his mother with a younger man. In the aftermath of this revelation, Elliott uses the same dating platform his father used to meet an older married couple and has a one-night stand with them.

Supported by a 2021 Davey Film Grant

About Grant Conversano
Grant Conversano grew up in Concord, North Carolina. They are a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts Film Directing program and an alum of the Telluride Film Festival Student Symposium.  Grant is a 2020 Indie Grits Lab Real Fiction Fellow, a board member of the OUT at the Movies Film Festival, and works annually in the education department at the Telluride Film Festival. Their short films have been featured on the PBS program Film School Shorts, NoBudge, & Directors Notes, and Short of the Week. They now live in Brooklyn, New York and make films with their brother Adam Conversano under the banner Apple House Pictures.