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Directed by
Liliana Greenfield-Sanders
U S A / 2009 / 12 minutes

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SHORTS: Love Is....
Adelaide is looking for love in all the wrong places. Seeking attention by faking illnesses, she runs into Brad at the pharmacy counter, turning her strategy - and their lives - upside down.
Liliana Greenfield-Sanders is a filmmaker living in New York City. Born and raised in the East Village, Greenfield-Sanders has worked for Anthology Film Archives, Fine Line Features, and Maysles Films. She graduated with honors from the Art-Semiotics department at Brown University. Before attending NYU Graduate film school, her first film "Ghosts of Grey Gardens" premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2005, screened at the Museum of Modern Art and made its television debut on PBS. Her film "Anna" won first prize in the 2007 LMN TV Student Filmmaker Contest, screened at the 2007 Hamptons International Film Festival and made its television debut on Lifetime Television. Her next film "Samantha" won Best Director, Best Graduate Film, and Best Film at the 2009 Fusion Film Festival. Her newest film "Adelaide," starring Anna Margaret Hollyman, Hank Harris (Pumpkin), and Damian Young (Californication) was a Wasserman/King Finalist at NYU Graduate Film School, won a National Board of Review Award, won a SAG Indie Audience Award at the DGA in Los Angeles, and won both the Audience Award and Best Short at the 2009 Gen Art Film Festival. Liliana is currently writing the feature version of "Adelaide."
Cast/Featuring: Anna Margaret Hollyman, Hank Harris, Damian Young
Executive Producer(s): Perfect Day Films, Ed Cohen, David Wolkowsky
Producer(s): Liliana Greenfield-Sanders, Rowan Riley, Joshua Hetzler
Director(s): Liliana Greenfield-Sanders
Screenwriter(s): Liliana Greenfield-Sanders
Cinematographer(s): Peter O'Leary
Editor(s): Liliana Greenfield-Sanders, Geoff O'Brien (assistant editor)
Composer(s)/Music: Sebastian Blanck, Chairlift, Violens

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