The winner of the Texas Competition receives a Grand Jury Prize of a camera package rental worth $30,000 from Panavision.
When Carson makes a small gesture of friendship to Cable, the results end in tragedy, sending Cable into a darker, lonelier state and compounding Carson's feelings of powerlessness. But somehow, the man and boy begin to form a unique bond, one that might just save them both.
Dallas-born Clay Luther is an independent filmmaker with a background in short films. As founder and president of New Trick Flicks LLC, an independent digital media production company in Dallas, his goal is to use talent and technology to form a new model to produce high-quality films and deliver them directly to the audience. CRY is his directorial debut.