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Directed by
Eric Schuman

USA / 2016 / 14
East Coast Premiere

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SHORTS: Growing Up.

Russ lives and works at a motel with his parents. When a seemingly sick girl and her mother come through, Russ becomes fascinated and tries to befriend the girl.
Eric Schuman is a writer and director based in NYC. He graduated with honors from the Columbia University MFA Film Program. While there, he received the Emerging Filmmaker award for his upcoming short, Smother Me in Hugs, and won the Zaki Gordon Memorial Award for Excellence in Screenwriting for his feature script, Proxy. His shorts have played around the world, at festivals including TIFF Kids and the Palm Springs International ShortsFest.
Cast/Featuring: Gio Schwab, Nicolina Mara, Joceyln Hillen, Tom Martin, Lisa Velten-Smith
Executive Producer(s): Steven Miner
Producer(s): Birgit Gernboeck and Nikki Mantaris
Director(s): Eric Schuman
Screenwriter(s): Inger Dietrichs and Eric Schuman
Cinematographer(s): Angelos Rompolis
Editor(s): George Sikharulidze and Eric Schuman
Production Designer(s): Julia Fields
Composer(s)/Music: Tenement
Sound Designer(s): Joe Durniak
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