With the murder of Jen's abusive father over with, Jen and her boyfriend figured the most difficult part of the job was behind them. But it's in the killing's aftermath where the real drama of Julia begins: in a gritty, hair-on-end atmosphere ruled by big emotions and sinister deeds. Within a desperate high-stakes reality, we are reminded not to underestimate anything or anyone--not even tiny, 10 year-old Julia...
Originally from Ohio, Danielle worked on films and television in Germany, New York and Chicago before arriving in Los Angeles where she now lives. Danielle writes and creates with RIP DORA, a film collective co-founded with creative collaborator, Bridget Palardy (co-writer and producer on Julia). The two women have collaborated on several projects, including a puppet musical short for AFI's Directing Workshop for Women, OowieWanna, and a comedy web series. In the past, Danielle has worked as the assistant to Oscar-nominated cinematographer, Matthew Libatique, A.S.C. on films such as Black Swan and Cowboys and Aliens. She is currently working with Bridget on a feature length screenplay.
Cast/Featuring: Brighid Fleming, Ivan Martin, Amanda Thorp
Executive Producer(s): Matthew Libatique, Mark Weaton, Riwana Capri, Danielle Krudy
Producer(s): Bridget Palardy, John Mang, Patrick Smith, Michel DeAsentiis, Lara Everly
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