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Adjust-A-Dream
Directed by
Jonathan Wysocki

USA / 2014 / 6
minutes

New York Premiere

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SYNOPSIS:
Jake has agreed to move in with his boyfriend Anthony, so Anthony decides they should buy a new mattress. The simple errand, however, quickly stirs Jake’s fears about the impending move. What starts as a witty spat about different tastes in beds devolves into a deep uncertainty about the future of their relationship.
BIO:
Jonathan Wysocki grew up in the theatre, his experiences spanning from Europe to Africa. At UCLA he made the award-winning shorts The Way Station and The Vessel Pitches and was the associate producer on The Hammer, distributed by the Weinstein Company. His feature screenplay All Fall Down was selected for the Sundance Screenwriters and Directors Labs, and won Sundance’s Lynn Auerbach Screenwriting Fellowship as well as two Annenberg Grants. Wysocki is a Project:Involve Fellow at Film Independent, an alumnus of the Berlinale Talent Campus, and a professor at Chapman University and Cal State Long Beach. His current feature project is called Alibi Nation.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Tom DeTrinis, Doug Tompos, Victor Dante
Executive Producer(s): M.A. Gillett, David Gillett, Marie Wysocki, Neal Wysocki
Producer(s): Jonathan Wysocki
Director(s): Jonathan Wysocki
Screenwriter(s): Jonathan Wysocki
Cinematographer(s): Todd Bell
Editor(s): Christine Kim
Production Designer(s): Monica Sandler
Composer(s)/Music: Chanda Dancy
Sound Designer(s): Zach Seivers
 
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