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It's New Year's Eve, and Frankie, Jake, Brian, and Nina are gathered for a low-key celebration of board games and wine. As the evening progresses, tensions bubble to the surface: Brian and Nina have just had a baby and haven't had sex in months, and Frankie is sniping at Jake about, well, pretty much everything. When the baby cries, it gives everyone an excuse to take a break from the awkwardness. Frankie and Brian then have a moment alone, and her life is turned upside down. And as the evening continues around her, she knows that nothing will be the same.
BIO: Tamara Fisch has been a theater director for 15 years, and has collaborated with writer Erica Saleh on numerous projects. She has worked with playwrights Amy Herzog, Stephen Karam, Annie Baker, Theresa Rebeck, August Wilson, and Richard Nelson, among others. She was a Bill Foeller Fellow at Williamstown Theatre Festival, is a Drama League Directing Fellow, and a member of Ensemble Studio Theater. She holds a BA from Yale University, and an MFA from University of Washington School of Drama. She was the co-producer on feature film We've Forgotten More Than We Ever Knew, written and directed by Thomas Woodrow. Resolutions is her first film.
Cast/Featuring: Nadine Malouf, Sean Meehan, Eric Clem, Victoria Mack
Executive Producer(s): Maya Kadar, Thomas Woodrow
Producer(s): Kara Janeczko
Director(s): Tamara Fisch
Screenwriter(s): Erica Saleh
Cinematographer(s): Jan Reichle
Editor(s): Sara Sachs
Production Designer(s): Stacy Jansen
Composer(s)/Music: Darren Morze
Sound Designer(s): Daniel Irizarry, Nicole Pettigrew
The Woodstock Film Festival is a not-for-profit, 501c3 organization with a mission to present an
annual program and year-round schedule of film, music,
and art-related activities that promote artists, culture,
inspired learning, and diversity. The Hudson Valley Film
Commission promotes sustainable economic development
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