A quick trip to the restroom starts as an emergency session with Seniors, Elizabeth and Ava, over Zoe’s failing relationship and ends with a full on party in the newly named gender neutral bathroom. When an alert goes out that a teacher is coming, the Senior class has a mad rush to get the hell out.

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As a filmmaker, my mission has always been to tell compelling and authentic stories that resonate with audiences. When I first heard the candid revelations from a group of teenagers about their experiences in the school bathrooms, I was immediately captivated by the raw authenticity of their narratives. I knew right then that I had to bring their stories to life on the screen for the sheer fun of it all.

What excited me most about this project was the opportunity to draw from real-life material, giving a voice to the unfiltered emotions and experiences of these young individuals. It was a privilege to work closely with them, delving into the intricacies of their lives and workshopping the exact nuances of how they would communicate their stories. This experience not only challenged me as a filmmaker but also allowed me to explore uncharted territory and understand the complexities of the teenage world.

Director’s Vision for ‘All Over Everywhere’

Bringing together a dedicated and passionate team to create this project was nothing short of an honor. Each member shared my vision of crafting a film that would not only entertain but also provoke thought and discussion. From script development to post-production, we all strived to make this project the best it could possibly be.

One of the most rewarding aspects of this journey was the casting process. I had the privilege of working with some of the very teenagers who had contributed to shaping the film’s narrative. Their dedication and authenticity in bringing these characters to life added an extra layer of depth and realism to the film.

In premiering this short film, I am proud to present the collective efforts of a passionate and talented team, as well as the incredible performances of our young cast. I believe that our project not only captures the essence of the teenagers’ experiences but also opens a window for audiences to reflect on their own young lives and the universal themes that bind us all.