Filmmaker Sebastian Sommer Discusses His Latest Film "Family Tree," Celebrity Culture and Selling Out With Fellow Filmmaker Todd Rohal

Sebastian Sommer is an independent filmmaker born and raised in New York City. At the crisp age of 18, Sebastian premiered his experimental short film 'Mama Said Sardine Baby' at the TriBeCa film festival, jump starting his film career. Currently 22 years old, Sebastian has made waves with numerous short films, working with such notable female talent as Hari Nef, India Menuez, Alexandra Marzella, Jennifer Prediger, Carlen Altman, and Kitty (Pryde) to name a few. Graduating from NYU with a degree in film, Sebastian shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. His most recent short film 'Family Tree' drew comparisons to Andy Warhol and his warped view of celebrity culture. Sebastian met with fellow filmmaker Todd Rohal (Uncle Kent 2) to discuss his latest film 'Family Tree' exclusively for Autre magazine. Click here to read the conversation.