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Pickle
Directed by
Amy Nicholson

USA / 2016 / 15
minutes


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SYNOPSIS:
"Pickle" is an ode to man's capacity to care for all creatures throughout their sometimes greatly protracted existence until their occasionally sudden and unfortunate demise.
BIO:
Amy Nicholson is a filmmaker and fugitive from the world of advertising. Amy's projects include Beauty School, a short about dog grooming, Muskrat Lovely, which was broadcast on Independent Lens, and Zipper, which qualified for an Oscar after a run at the IFC Center. Pickle is her fourth film.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Tom and Debbie Nicholson
Executive Producer(s): Amy Nicholson
Producer(s): Amy Nicholson
Director(s): Amy Nicholson
Cinematographer(s): Jerry Risius
Editor(s): John Young
Composer(s)/Music: Joel Shelton and Tim Schadt
Sound Designer(s): Weston Fonger
Animator(s): The Brothers McLeod
Courtesy of: Oscilloscope Laboratories
 
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