I FALL DOWN is the story of Annessa, a lonely teenage girl who befriends Charlie, a disfigured man-child who lives alone in the woods.

As their friendship evolves, they are brought to the brink when his primal nature takes over, propelling them to a heartbreaking climax. Shot on gorgeous Black and White, Super 16mm film, I Fall Down is a haunting character study evocative of the tragic monster movies from the Golden Age of cinema.

The feature was filmed sporatically over two years in Alberta, Canada on a $25,000 budget drawing inspiration from such luminaries as David Lynch (Eraserhead) Robert Rodriguez (El Mariachi) and Shinya Tsukamoto (Tetsuo: The Iron Man) to create a visually ambitious film on a shoestring budget.