Rock Paper Scissors

A film about what nine-year-olds are really up to.

Rock Paper Scissors is a comedic short film set in the orange groves of Florida. The film follows three nine-year-olds as they embark on a quest for beer and cigarettes to trade for “sex” with some older girls. The film, directed by Jamie Cussen, produced by William Beauchamp and edited by the talented Canadian Chris Murphy (of Relish Editing) was recently awarded the A&E Short Filmmaker Award from the National Screen Institute.  It’s funny and beautifully shot.

This week’s Frandoms are by Hannah Smit, art director at John St.