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Nothing Happened
Directed by
Julia Kots

USA / 2009 / 10

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SHORTS: Let's Talk
Sex, drugs, diet tips. Girlfriends tell each other everything. But is there one topic that should stay off-limits?
Julia Kots emigrated from Kharkov, Ukraine at the age of ten. She's made several award-winning short films, which have played on PBS, as well as at dozens of renowned film festivals worldwide, including Slamdance and Chicago International. Recent awards include the New Line Cinema Development Grant, the Women In Film Acceleration Grant for Emerging Filmmakers, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Foundation Grant, the Coca Cola Refreshing Filmmaker Award and the Jewish Foundation For Education of Women Scholarship.

Julia has taught and been a teachers assistant at Columbia University and Barnard. She holds an MFA from the Columbia University Film School and a BA from Yale University.

Cast/Featuring: Sandra M. Bloom, Maurice Farber, Jessica Henson, Sarah Louise Lilley, Emily Mitchell, Marcus Keithlum Moss
Producer(s): Sarah Louise Lilley, Jessica Provenz, Jessica Henson
Director(s): Julia Kots
Screenwriter(s): Jessica Provenz
Cinematographer(s): Ben Wolf
Editor(s): Daniel Shaw
Composer(s)/Music: Jason Lifton
Sound Editor(s): Michael Reilly, Jeff Seelye

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