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Breatharians
Directed by
Marc Turtletaub

USA / 2014 / 27
minutes

East Coast Premiere

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SYNOPSIS:
August is a twelve year old boy growing up on his family's dairy farm. His parents have separated and his mom has moved into another property on the farm while his father has started a relationship with a much younger woman. Navigating the literal and emotional distance between his parents' homes, August must grapple with whether he can complete a grisly job his father has assigned him.
BIO:
Marc Turtletaub has been a producer for fourteen years through two production companies. In 2004, he co-founded Big Beach with Peter Saraf and has served as a producer on all of the company's films including the Academy Award-winning "Little Miss Sunshine". Prior to founding Big Beach, Turtletaub created Deep River Productions in 2000 with David Friendly.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: David Aaron Baker, Jenny Leona, Johanna Day, Sawyer Nunes
Producer(s): Peter Saraf, Marc Turtletaub, Dani Melia
Director(s): Marc Turtletaub
Screenwriter(s): Marc Turtletaub
Cinematographer(s): Lyle Vincent
Editor(s): Michael Miller
Production Designer(s): Scott Kuzio
Composer(s)/Music: Paul Cantelon
Sound Designer(s): Phil Rosati
 
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