"Very good, very assured, with real style."
– Ira Sachs, award-winning filmmaker of 'Keep The Lights On' and 'Forty Shades of Blue'
Winner of the Hammer to Nail Short film Contest
"An original, strong piece of filmmaking" – Michael Tully, Hammer To Nail
Recipient of a 2011 Jerome Foundation Film/Video Grant
"Wow, wow, wow. From the opening shot of a blonde woman walking down a street at dusk as a watery percussive score punctuates the soundtrack, one thing becomes clear: Adam Keleman has great influences. And as he continues to impress and surprise with his bold technical and narrative choices throughout his film's 16-minute runtime, another thing becomes abundantly clearer: Adam Keleman has his own unique, assured voice. Long Days chronicles the Jeanne Dielman-esque downtime and Belle de Jour-esque worktime of an individual who drifts from job to job, from client to client, from place to place, with no end in sight. Across the board, this haunting long-night's-journey-into-twilight is remarkably assured directing. See it when you get a chance. For now, read the full HTN review, but not before you watch this excellent teaser."
the 56th BFI London Film Festival
October 13th 4:15pm, RITZY Cinema, Screen 2
October 15th 6:15pm, BFI Southbank, NFT2
2012 Dragon*Con Independent Film Festival
Friday, August 31st, 11:30pm
2012 Brooklyn Film Festival
IndieScreen, June 4th
Brooklyn Heights Cinema, June 8th
The 13th Annual TromaDance
Asbury Park Lanes, May 5th