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USA
2014, 15 min

Section: Made in Texas: Tribute to Austin Film Society

  2K3 Saturday 30/6 14:00 Drahomíra Cinema
  8L3 Friday 6/7 13:30 Lazne III Cinema
This film will be screened with the following films:

Annie Silverstein’s short film about a girl, her dog, and an encounter at a swimming hole bears an intimate connection to its Texas environs and has a searing authenticity. Silverstein made the film while a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin. The film was awarded the top prize of the Cannes Cinéfondation.


Synopsis

Annie Silverstein’s short film about a girl, her dog, and an encounter at a swimming hole bears an intimate connection to its Texas environs and has a searing authenticity. Silverstein made the film while a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin. The film was awarded the top prize of the Cannes Cinéfondation.

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About the director

Annie Silverstein. Filmography: Match Point (2008, doc.), Chase Me (2009, short), Rush (2010), Night at the Dance (2011, short doc.), Spark (2012, short), Skunk (2014, short)

Contacts

Premium Films
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E-mail: contact@premium-films.com
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About the film

COLOR, DCP

Section: Made in Texas: Tribute to Austin Film Society
   
Director: Annie Silverstein
Screenplay: Annie Silverstein
Dir. of Photography: Nathan Duncan
Music: William Ryan Fritch
Editor: Josh Melrod
Art Director: Cara Stewart, Bich Vu
Producer: Monique Walton
Production: NewFilmWorks
Cast: Jenivieve Nugent, Kiowa Tucker
Sales: Premium Films
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