Take Me To The Stars

Take Me To The Stars

Dealing with the heartbreaking loss of his mother, a disabled boy tries to understand the aftermath while coping with his alcoholic father.

This film consists of an inclusive cast of characters - both within the film and behind the scenes. We feature a diverse family, in particular, a handicapped little boy, who is struggling to deal with post traumatic stress of the death of a family member. This film is about love, loss, and forgiveness. This film explores themes of disabilities, alcoholism, space, and death.

Director Bio: Justin Scott Lawrence is an American film maker who lives in Los Angeles, California. Justin is originally from Toccoa, Georgia. Justin was a competition clogger as a child, sang in a boy band called "Lucky", acted, directed, produced, and has done voiceover work for radio commercials.

Take Me To The Stars won Best Performance by a Child Actor at VSFF2020.

Take Me To The Stars
  • Take Me to the Stars

    Dealing with the heartbreaking loss of his mother, a disabled boy tries to understand the aftermath while coping with his alcoholic father.

    Won Official Selection and Best Performance by a Child Actor/Actress: Paul Anderson in the VIDI.SPACE 2020 FILM FESTIVAL.