A Bellevue Love Story

  • Director

    Michael Wolfe

  • Country, Year, Length

    United States, 2022, 20 minutes 30 seconds

  • Category

    Narrative Short

  • Format


  • Festival Year


Film Screening & Ticket Information

When & Where to See this Film!



In Person Date, Time & Location:

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH •  12:45 pm – 3:00 pm
MoMI Redstone • 36-01 35th Ave • Queens, NY 11106


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When a manic and a depressive begin a hospital romance, it forces us to question everything we thought we knew about medicine and everything we want to believe about the healing power of love.


Michael Wolfe, Director, Writer, Producer, Maybe Tomorrow, Two Brothers in November
Chelsea Yakura-Kurtz, Key Cast, “Girl”
Colin Bates, Key Cast, “Boy”
Alfredo Diaz, Key Cast, “Carlito”
Marianne Hardart, Key Cast, “Nurse Nancy”
Brittany Lee McDonald, Key Cast, “Kiki”
Richard Mark Jordan, Key Cast, “Tank”
Lee Baptiste, Key Cast, “Orderly Randall”
Andrea Sears, Key Cast, “Charlotte”
Darrell Shipley, Key Cast, “Orderly Nick”
Natalia Paruz, Key Cast, “The Saw Lady”
Leon Morgan, Key Cast, “Rodney”
Kassidy Rushing, Key Cast, “Lala”
Glauco Araujo, Key Cast, “Vidal”
Randa Karambelas, Executive Producer, Honey Bee, The Bottom, Harvey Wallbanger

Director Statement

“A Bellevue Love Story” is based on experiences from my past that informed and altered the trajectory of my life in immeasurable ways. It sparked a dialogue within myself about love, hope, despair and how the mentally ill must attempt to navigate it all.

It is my hope that this unprecedented love story will not only entertain and inspire, but also play a small role in continuing another ongoing dialogue…how we treat the mentally ill in this country.

Director Biography

Michael is an award-winning actor, writer and director based out of New York. As a member of SAG, he has appeared on HBO’s “The Deuce” and numerous independent films. As a member of Actor’s Equity, he has appeared in countless productions on the stages of NYC.

As a member of the Writer’s Guild, he has had numerous television and film projects optioned. He has had several feature films produced, including “Maybe Tomorrow” and “Rich Boy, Rich Girl”, both of which received national distribution.

As a director, he has directed and also produced numerous short films including “Two Brothers in November” and “A Bellevue Love Story” as well as the feature “Maybe Tomorrow”, which won numerous awards on the international film festival circuit.