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Frank and Azalee Austin
Directed by
Zachary Kerschberg

USA / 2014 / 10
minutes
NYU MFA program

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Zachary Kerschberg
SYNOPSIS:
Frank, a native New Yorker and Azalee, a Nigerian nursing student, have their first immigration interview after getting married, but when their stories break down, deeper truths are revealed, changing all three lives.
BIO:
Zachary Kerschberg is an award winning narrative and documentary filmmaker. He holds an Honors B.A. in Romance Languages and Literatures from UC Berkeley and an M.F.A. in Dramatic Writing from NYU. He was a Fulbright Fellow to Dubai in 2008 and is currently completing another M.F.A. in Film Production, also at NYU. He has lived and worked in South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

Zachary has had two prior films at the Woodstock Film Festival including Angels and Late Spring.

MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Crystal Lucas-Perry, Kareem Lucas, Emily Gardner Hall.
Executive Producer(s): Zachary Kerschberg
Producer(s): Zachary Kerschberg, Alex Keyes, Constantine Goltsev, Leo Grzonko
Director(s): Zachary Kerschberg
Screenwriter(s): Zachary Kerschberg
Cinematographer(s): Ed Barnes
Editor(s): Craig Youngren
Production Designer(s): Adriana Youngren
Sound Designer(s): Marcelo Aņez
 
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