Short film ‘We’re Boring, Harold’ directed by Drew Crocker
We’re Boring, Harold is a new short film which stars the director Drew Crocker – the film is currently part of the Montreal Short Film Awards. The tagline is, “A relationship has reached a new and sickening level.”
We’re Boring, Harold is a twisty story following the complicated relationship of a married couple. A woman with multiple lovers keeps stringing her frustrated husband along only to be met with passionate results. The ending of this short is truly special.
Drew Crocker has been active in both theater and film throughout his entire life. His love of acting started back in middle school with the role of Doody in the play Grease. Eventually Crocker’s love of expression led him to video production where he has gone on to write and craft his own gripping stories.
Crocker has produced his own trilogy of short plays for the Santa Cruz Fringe Festival called Three Short Plays on Love and has written and directed multiple short films. His works include Stop the Bleeding, Sweat, The Many Deaths of Preston Miles, Damon and the Lord, as well as many others.
His works have won various awards including Host’s Favorite for Stop the Bleeding at the San Francisco Dark Comedy Film Festival, Directors to Watch For, for the film Damon and the Lord at the LA Short Film Festival, and a top ten selection for The Many Deaths of Preston Miles at San Francisco State University.
Crocker’s work has led him to collaborate with many clients including Tannery World Dance and Cultural Center, Sinsational Smile, Beck’s Shoes, Ocean Robbins, California K9 Solutions, Irresistible Marketing, and many others. His work ethic and the quality of his projects speaks for themselves.
Drew Crocker has been working for himself since 2009 and has worked to aid many other aspiring video producers teaching them and working side-by-side with them. Crocker is passionate about his work and aspires to enter the creative field of filmmaking.