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Little Potato
Directed by
Wes Hurley and Nathan Miller

USA / 2017 / 13:50

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An autobiographical short documentary about a gay boy growing up in the Soviet Union, his mail-order-bride mom, and their adventurous escape to America.
Wes Hurley is a Russian-born Seattle-based filmmaker and writer. He wrote, directed and produced two features Fallen Jewel and Waxie Moon - in addition to over a dozen shorts. Hurley is also the creator of the critically acclaimed Capitol Hill TV and was named Advocate Magazine's Person to Watch and City Arts Magazine's Artist of the Year.

Nathan M. Miller is a filmmaker based out of Seattle & LA. Nate shot Ross Partridge's Lamb and Todd Rohal's Uncle Kent 2. His other features include the documentary Tough Love and the Duplass Brothers' film Rainbow Time.

Cast/Featuring: Wes Hurley, Elena Bridges, Ben Jakupcak
Executive Producer(s): Robyn Miller
Producer(s): Mischa Jakupcak, Mel Eslyn
Director(s): Wes Hurley and Nathan Miller
Cinematographer(s): Nathan Miller
Editor(s): Nathan Miller
Production Designer(s): Christopher Balder, Harmony Arnold
Composer(s)/Music: Robyn Miller
Sound Designer(s): Bad Animals, Kristen Quebe
Animator(s): Clyde Peterson
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