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Available Men
Directed by
David Dean Bottrell
U S A / 2005 / 15 minutes

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Rob, a harried Hollywood agent on the verge of losing his job is dispatched to a trendy L.A. bar with strict orders to sign a hot new writer he has never met. On the same night, a sensitive gay man (with same first name as the writer) arrives at the bar to meet a blind date. Hilarity ensues when these two men mistake each other for the man they were supposed to meet.
David Dean Bottrell (Writer/Director, "Available Men") wrote the screenplay for the 2001 Fox Searchlight release "Kingdon come" starring Whoopi Goldberg, L.L. Cool J., Jada Pinkett-Smith and Cedric the Entertainer. A former off-Broadway playwright and sometime TV actor, he guest starred on lots of sit-coms in the 90's. Recent studio work includes scripts for Fox Searchlight, MTV Films, Paramount and Disney Feature Animation. His first short film, "Available Men" has won five "Best Short Film" awards since its world premiere in March 2006 at the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival.
Cast/Featuring: Brian Gattas, Jack Plotnick, Kostas Sommer, Richard Ruccolo
Executive Producer(s): Edward & Rochelle Bates
Producer(s): Sherri James
Director(s): David Dean Bottrell
Screenwriter(s): David Dean Bottrell
Cinematographer(s): Jeffrey S. Roberts
Editor(s): Scot Scalise
Sound Editor(s): Ian Cone

David Dean Bottrell



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