The Zeno QuestionDirected by Theodore Schaefer
A prismatic view of college and the existential angst encountered when faced with questioning one's purpose and direction in life. A philosophical comedy that intertwines ancient greek philosophy and playwriting with modern day escapism and dread.
Supported by a 2015 Davey Film Grant
About Theodore Schaefer
Theodore Schaefer is a New York based filmmaker. He began his career in the independent film world, working as a first assistant director on independent features including How He Fell in Love and Framing John Delorean. His directing work has garnered over 17 million views online and write-ups from Thrillist, The Huffington Post, Glamour, Splitsider and more. His clients include Vice, Samsung, Washington Post Brand Studio, Cisco, MTV, The Humane Rescue Alliance and more. His forthcoming directorial debut, Giving Birth to a Butterfly, was accepted to the Champs-Élysées film festival’s U.S. in Progress and is currently being submitted to festivals.
Along with his writing partner Patrick Lawler, an accomplished poet living in upstate New York, their screenplays have received grants and awards from The David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists and the BlueCat Screenplay competition.