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Poet and the Professor, The
Directed by
Ariel Kavoussi

USA / 2017 / 21:30
New York Premiere

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SHORTS: Bedlam.

In New York, a young aimless writer named Ariel bounces back and forth between two equally dysfunctional affairs - one with her depressed married philosophy professor, and the other with an old angry cinematographer.
Ariel Kavoussi is a filmmaker, actress, and curator of film and video works based in New York City. Her work has been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art's Documentary Fortnight, Dia: Chelsea, Anthology Film Archives, Louis B. James, the Williams College Museum of Art, Maryland Film Festival, and elsewhere. She graduated from Williams College in 2012.
Cast/Featuring: Ariel Kavoussi, Kevin Corrigan, Bob Byington
Executive Producer(s): Ariel Kavoussi, Clifford McCurdy, Devoe Yates
Producer(s): Valerie Steinberg
Director(s): Ariel Kavoussi
Screenwriter(s): Ariel Kavoussi
Cinematographer(s): Charlotte Hornsby
Editor(s): Justin Kavoussi, Ariel Kavoussi
Production Designer(s): Emma Zbiral-Teller
Sound Designer(s): Justin Kavoussi, Ariel Kavoussi
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