Love Does Grow On Trees
The blurb: Named one of the top five shorts at the Tribeca Film Festival by New York Magazine. “Love Does Grow on Trees” is a coming of age comedy about a teenage boy whose life is thrown into chaos when he discovers adult magazines, girls and the embarrassment that goes with both.
This film depicts a simpler time when the only way a teenager might see porn was via magazines – especially “wild” ones found in parks and woods. It has a rather sweet sensibility that I enjoyed.
Director: Bevan Walsh
Acclaimed by Danny Boyle at the British Independent Film Awards
WINNER ‘Best Newcomer’ – Rushes Soho Shorts Festival
WINNER ‘Best Film & Best Comedy’ – Super Shorts International Film Festival
WINNER ‘Audience Award’ – Film Brothers Festival of Shorts
WINNER ‘Best Short’ – LLV Film Festival
WINNER ‘Best Comedy’ – Southern Appalachian International Film Festival
WINNER ‘Best Supporting Actress’ for El Krajewski – Maverick Movie Awards
Bevan Walsh is a British filmmaker. Here’s his site.