It’s the last night at the closing Royal Alamo Cineplex and two slacker employees work the concessions stand, arguing about life and movies while contemplating their futures.

Director’s Vision for ‘Concessions’

Concessions is a love letter to my time as a movie theater employee in Clifton Park, New York. Some of my most formative and memorable years were spent serving popcorn and tickets behind a stand and arguing about movies with my friends. It was a lifelong dream to have that job and I look back on it fondly. The film mixes those experiences with many of the movies that shaped me as an artist, like the works of Kevin Smith and Richard Linklater. Concessions is a story about the power and importance of movie theaters in a time where their future seems more and more uncertain.