Different Flowers

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A fresh look at the dynamic relationship between two sisters with strong, appealing performances.
— Leonard Maltin
With its relaxed Midwestern charm and female-empowerment storyline, Dameron’s wedding-themed family dramedy should have no trouble finding a suitable suitor prepared for a committed partnership.
— The Hollywood Reporter
I loved every moment of Different Flowers. Dameron has crafted a film that exudes a sort of genuine love and familial bond that is far too incredibly rare in contemporary cinema.
— The Independent Critic
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Albert

About The Film

A dramedy about finding yourself in the middle of nowhere.

 

Full of girl power, kooky characters, and real heart, Different Flowers is an independent dramedy feature film written and directed by Morgan Dameron. Millie and Emma are sisters with a rocky relationship who bring out the best and worst in each other. When Emma helps Millie run out on her big Kansas City wedding, they embark on an adventure neither could have anticipated.

 
 
 
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NEWS

Watch Different Flowers now! Shelley Long returns to the big screen in directorial debut from Morgan Dameron. When Millie, a sensible bride-to-be, bolts moments before her big Midwestern wedding with the help of her free-spirited younger sister, Emma, she embarks on a life-changing journey neither of them expected.

“Their relationship is so believable, and feels so personal… For her Midwestern-set story, Ms. Dameron uses direct shots to give the cinematography a plain-spoken feel.”
— The New York Times
“Morgan Dameron’s infectious road movie Different Flowers – about antagonistic sisters bonding anew – is one of the comedy delights of the year. A savvy twenty-something take on Thelma and Louise – minus the killing and the death plunge.”
— The Culture Trip

SOLD OUT World Premiere at Santa Barbara International Film Festival!

Thank you for joining us at the 32nd Santa Barbara International Film Festival!

We are thrilled to announce our first two screenings at the 32nd Santa Barbara International Film Festival SOLD OUT, and the festival added a third screening due to popular demand. 

Here's a video featuring the amazing line from Saturday's screening and some initial crowd impressions.

First Impressions from SOLD OUT Santa Barbara International Film Festival World Premiere

Featured Press On The Production of Different Flowers


Actor Hope Lauren, Director/Writer Morgan Dameron and Actor Emma Bell at the Different Flowers World Premiere

Actor Hope Lauren, Director/Writer Morgan Dameron and Actor Emma Bell at the Different Flowers World Premiere

A trio of analog romance stories.

 

On a Sunday afternoon in a bar across town, Chris and Anna meet for the first time and feel the spark of a new attraction. Steph and Angie argue about music and relationships, all while flirting with hot bartender Paul. And, downtrodden Lewis is taken on an adventure by free-spirited Gwen, after she's stood up on a first date. Three scenes unfold in the same bar at the same time, exploring the themes of old-fashioned romance.

 

Morgan and actress Rose Leisner at Come Here Often? screening at California Women's Film Fest

Morgan and actress Rose Leisner at Come Here Often? screening at California Women's Film Fest

Best Supporting Actor
— Best Actors Film Festival 2016
 

Starring

Mark Jacobson and Philicia Saunders    as Chris and Anna

Erin Pruziner and Katherine Alyse         as Steph and Angie

with Ryan Patrick McGuffey

Rose Leisner and Patrick Skelly             as Gwen and Lewis

Written and Directed by Morgan Dameron

Produced by Morgan Dameron and David Karp

Cinematography by Daphne Qin Qu and James Codeglia

Productino Design by Candace Jade Lewis

Edited by Nathan Orloff