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Peacock Killer
Directed by
Boyd Holbrook

USA / 2015 / 18
minutes

East Coast Premiere

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SYNOPSIS:
After physically reprimanding his dog for catching and eating a peacock, a man relieves his guilt by hunting down the remaining peacocks with his dog. Adapted from a short story by Sam Shepard.
BIO:
Boyd Holbrook is an actor/writer/director. Boyd has acted in over fifteen critically acclaimed films and television series, including "Gone Girl, Little Accidents, A Walk Among the Tombstones, Skeleton Twins", and "Hatfields and McCoys". He has upcoming roles with directors Terrance Malick, Gavin OConnor, and the new Netflix series, Narcos, as the DEA agent who hunts down Pablo Escobar. Boyd's directorial debut, "The Peacock Killer", is based on a Sam Shepard short story and stars Shea Whigham and Elizabeth Marvel. Boyd and Madeleine Sackler co-founded Madbrook Films in 2014.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Shea Whigham, Elizabeth Marvel
Producer(s): Blake Ashman-Kipervaser, Madeleine Sackler
Director(s): Boyd Holbrook
Screenwriter(s): Boyd Holbrook
Cinematographer(s): Hunter Baker
Editor(s): John Lyons
Sound Designer(s): Jacob Gossett
 
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