I Am Here (film)

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I Am Here is a 2016 American independent romantic drama-mystery student short film directed by Christonikos Tsalikis and produced, filmed and edited by Max Hechtman. It is Hechtman's first short narrative film, made after he graduated from East Meadow High School. It was shot entirely on location in East Meadow, New York.[1]


A young man, looking to start his life over moves into a new neighborhood. In his new home, he discovers a picture of a beautiful girl with an answering machine alongside of it, revealing her cell phone number. As time passes by, his curiosity and affection of the girl grows and compels him to text the number. He eventually gets pulled into an unconventional relationship with the girl over text messages.[2]


  • Lucas Iverson as Milo
  • Rachel Steiner as Monica
  • Ariana Osmanzai as Desiree
  • Max De George as Joe
  • Jimmy Gratta as Co-worker
  • Dylan Libby as Randy


The entire film was shot within one week in August 2015 at Max Hechtman's home. The newspaper office scene was shot at the offices of Richner Communications, home of the Long Island Herald.

Festival Screenings

YoungFilmmakers Series, 2016
New York City International Film Festival, 2016
Levels Film Festival, 2016
Big Apple Film Festival, 2016
Long Island International Film Expo, 2017


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