A subtle film that evokes small moments of connection and shattering dissolution over the course of a summer afternoon, as a woman (Sarita Choudhury) is forced to confront the fragility of her marriage in the presence of her adolescent step-children.
BIO: Hilary Brougher is a screenwriter and director living and working in New York. She is a faculty member in the MFA Film Program at Columbia University School of the Arts,and the Advisor for Columbia Women in Film. Brougher wrote and directed her first feature, The Sticky Fingers Of Time, in 1996. Her second feature, Stephanie Daley, starred Tilda Swinton, Amber Tamblyn, Melissa Leo,Tim Hutton, and Denis O'Hare. In 2006, the film won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the Sundance Film Festival, Brougher won Best Director at the Milan International Film Festival, and actress Amber Tamblyn won Best Actress from The Locarno International Film Festival . The film was bought by Lifetime Television and the title changed to What She Knew>.
Brougher was born in Catskill, NY, attended Kingston High School and continues to spend much of her time with her family in West Shokan and New Paltz.
Cast/Featuring: Sarita Choudhury, Guthrie Mass, Violet Rea Mass, Maria Majoli
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