Synopsis: After years of treatment, Fairfax decides to come clean to her therapist and reveal a sad, but not-so-dark truth.
Isabelle Pierre (Fairfax)
Reuben Hernandez is an adventurer who tells meaningful, visual stories through film, photography, and time-lapse. He’s touched down on all seven continents finding beauty in everything from the beaches of Southern California to the icebergs of Antarctica.
Reuben’s work has been featured in BBC Travel, The New York Times, on the Discovery Channel, and premiered at Tropfest NY, the world’s largest short film festival. He was named one of the “20 Emerging Artists to Watch in Film and Video” by PDN and Rangefinder Magazine, and was the Director of Photography for Exposed, an award winning documentary film series that screened at the UN. Reuben’s short film, Antarctica, premiered at the Brooklyn Short Film Festival and he wrote, directed, and produced Maddie, a narrative film that won the Best Williamsburg Short Award at the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival.
When Reuben is not making movies, you can find him hanging with his daughter Leuca, dancing (breaking and popping), practicing parkour, or riding his blue bicycle.