A 15-year-old girl returns to school after someone shares an explicit video of her.
BIO: Pippa Bianco studied film and photography at Yale University before being selected as one of eight fellows in The American Film Institute's 2014 Directing Workshop for Women. She premiered two films at SXSW 2015, the short documentary "Picturing Barbara Kruger", commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and "Share", which won Special Jury Recognition for narrative shorts. Most recently, "Share" won First Prize in the Cinefondation selection at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, where it was the only American short in competition. This win ensures Bianco's first feature film a Cannes Official Selection berth.
Cast/Featuring: Taissa Farmiga, Keir Gilchrist, Andre Royo, Madisen Beaty
Executive Producer(s): Carly Hugo
Producer(s): Tyler Byrne, Danielle Oexmann, AJ Kelly
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