Last Ferry (film)

Last Ferry is a 2019 mystery film. It is set on Fire Island and follows the story of a gay attorney who is drugged and robbed while visiting the island and tries to return home after witnessing a murder. It received a Jury Award for Best US Feature at the 2019 NCGLFF.

Last Ferry
Directed byJaki Bradley
Produced byRamon O. Torres
Michael D. Karp
Nadia Zoe
Matthew Silverman
Written byRamon O. Torres
Music byWonderly
CinematographyAlexa Wolf
Emblematic Pictures
Running time
1h 26m


The screenplay was inspired in part by the 2016 horror film The Wailing and the 2013 gay mystery Stranger by the Lake.[1] The story centers around a young lawyer from Manhattan named Joseph who takes a trip to Fire Island in search of a good time.[2] He finds the island is in the off-season without any hot guys around. He meets a stranger who winds up drugging and robbing him. While partially unconscious, Joseph witnesses a murder and narrowly escapes being killed himself. He wakes up in the care of a local named Cameron whom he later falls for, forgetting about the murder while the murderer reemerges among Cameron's friends.[2]


  • Ramon O. Torres as Joseph[3]
  • Myles Clohessy as Rafael[3]
  • Sheldon Best as Cameron[3]
  • Gabriel Sloyer as Dr. Anabi
  • R. Ward Duffy as Richard


Last Ferry has screened at numerous film festivals.[1] It was an official selection at Frameline 43,[4] as well as BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival,[5] NCGLFF, and TLVFest.[6] It also received a Jury Award for Best US Feature at the 2019 NCGLFF.[7]


  1. Hereford, Andre (15 August 2019). "Spotlight: 'Last Ferry' at Landmark's E Street Cinema". Metro Weekly.
  2. Goldstein, Gary (29 August 2019). "Review: LGBTQ thriller Last Ferry can't master its multiple story threads". The Los Angeles Times.
  3. Kramer, Gary (27 June 2019). "Hits and Misses from the FInal Days of Frameline43". San Francisco Bay Times.
  4. Reddish, David (16 June 2019). "Fab at Frameline43: 'Sid & Judy,' 'Socrates,' 'Before You Know It,' 'Cubby' and more". Queerty.
  5. "Last Ferry Selected for Frameline43 San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival". Digital Journal. 22 May 2019.
  6. "2019 Schedule". TLVFest.
  7. "2019 NCGLFF Jury Award Winners" (PDF). Carolina Theatre.
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