Sixty Cups of Coffee

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  • Synopsis

    Sixty Cups of Coffee is a short about a man Rickie (Jerry Broome) who walks into a small Texas diner determined to drink sixty cups of coffee, because he can. With a limited story line and a rather confusing ending, the success of this short is based primarily on the co-staring character driven performances.

  • Awards

    Won bronze award for the Best Short Film at the Worldfest International Film Festival, Houston, and was a finalist in the USA Film Festival Awards and The Rushes Soho Shorts Festival in London.
    Sixty Cups of Coffee, written by Robbie McCallum, produced by Raymond Martin and directed by Brighton-based David Ward, which received Screen South support, has picked up another award… beating hundreds of entrants to become WINNER of BEST SHORT FILM in the HYPTV 2006 Competition.


About the Author:

An American actor. Trained with William Esper in New York. Starred in the short films "Sixty Cups of Coffee" and "The Water's Edge," as well as the 2008 horror movie "Death on Demand." Many recurring roles on One Life To Live and The Young and the Restless. ACTORS THEME "Men who con the system"

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