Don't worry, Immortal Ephemera isn't going modern. I'm sticking to pre-1960 releases, except ...
The huge exception of Exit Plan.
Co-written, produced, and directed by Eric Terzo, who doubles as my brother-in-law, Exit Plan is an 8-minute short that has recently been accepted to the 2018 New York Short Film Festival. (Congrats again, bro!)
Exit Plan is playing during the Festival's Short Block 12 at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, at the Cinema Village Theatre in Greenwich Village. Looks like there are seven films total playing during Block 12.
If you can't make New York on the 6th, or if you're just really impatient, you can view the film right now over at Film Pulse.
Exit Plan is a dark comedy about suicide that Terzo sums up well in his Q&A over on Film Pulse: "There is humor in even our darkest of notions."
If you'd like to hear more from Eric, here's an interview he did for Holly M. Eaton on the Some Say podcast
You can visit Eric Terzo's personal website here.
... And now we shall slide back in time to our oldies.