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Digits
Directed by
Alexander Engel

USA / 2014 / 7:30
minutes

New York Premiere

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Alexander Engel
SYNOPSIS:
After losing the last two digits of a girl's number, a socially awkward fish enthusiast tries every combination to seek her out.
BIO:
As a writer/director, Alexander Engel's work has screened at over 30 festivals and has been featured on "Huffington Post, Buzzfeed" and the front page of "Reddit". His break out short, "This Is It", hit nearly one million views in its first month online, after premiering as a Vimeo Staff Pick in December 2014, and won Comedy of the Year for the 2015 Short Of The Week Awards.

Having worked as a gaffer/key grip since graduating from NYU in 2006, his credits include "The Jinx, Obvious Child", and "Martha Marcy May Marlene". He is now a commercial director with Greencard Pictures in NYC.

MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Antonio Campos
Producer(s): Michaela McKee
Director(s): Alexander Engel
Screenwriter(s): Alexander Engel
Cinematographer(s): Paul Yee
Editor(s): Daniel Prickett
 
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