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Riding Shotgun
Directed by
Jack Fessenden

USA / 2013 / 32:27
minutes

World Premiere
Precedes BIRTH OF THE LIVING DEAD

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Jack Fessenden
SYNOPSIS:
Atticus and Max are just two ordinary teenagers who spend their days bickering over the little things while all around them the big thing is closing in.
BIO:
Jack Fessenden is thirteen years old. He lives and goes to school in Manhattan, and spends summer and weekends in West Shokan. Jack has been making movies since he was seven, and loves every part of the process. His parents are also filmmakers, and have always been very supportive and influential. Jack also plays drums in his band, "The Strangers" who have just completed their second album. Riding Shotgun is Jack's first big project and he enjoyed collaborating with family and friends. He is currently editing his next short film also filmed locally.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Alex Hoffman, Jack Fessenden, Larry Fessenden, Owen Campbell, Michael Vincent
Producer(s): Jack Fessenden, Larry Fessenden, Beck Underwood
Director(s): Jack Fessenden
Screenwriter(s): Jack Fessenden, Alex Hoffman
Cinematographer(s): Larry Fessenden
Editor(s): Jack Fessenden
Composer(s)/Music: Jack Fessenden
Sound Designer(s): Jack Fessenden, John Moros

 

 
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