|Crew: ||Music: Kevin Macleod|
A man journeys to the Beach, where he remembers a special Kiss and a special woman.
A melancholy portrait of a beautiful memory, and its emotional impact.
Born in Brooklyn, NY, Victor Gaspar had his first stage appearance as the lead in the school play three years in a row before age seven. At fourteen, he began playing electric guitar and later went on to perform with obscure bands such as Monkeyhead, Radio Ugly and Rob O’Mara. His song "Twisted" was used in the film Van Vorst Park. He returned to the stage in the play Bacchus, which ran for 6 weeks in NYC. He went on to further his education at the Digital Film Academy. His first film, a zombie movie, which he wrote, directed, edited and starred in, premiered at the QWFF in March, 2011. Fascinated by Art and Life, and interested in capturing realism, Victor is currently taking a more realistic look at film making with, The Kiss. An exploration into the emotions of memories.