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Lawman
Directed by
Matthew Gentile

USA / 2017 / 13
minutes American Film Institute
New York Premiere

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SYNOPSIS:
Based on True Events that took place in 1875 in Indian Territory, Lawman follows Bass Reeves, the first African-American deputy U.S. Marshal, and his arrest of outlaw, Glen Huddleston. As he brings him towards the encampment, a battle of wills arises between them.
BIO:
Matthew Gentile is a recent graduate of the directing program at the American Film Institute (AFI) where his thesis film, Frontman, won the 2016 Student Emmy for Best Director and played sixty festivals worldwide. His second thesis film, Lawman, is currently on the festival circuit. His next project, American Murderer, will be his first feature.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Tory Kittles, Lance Reddick, Erica Tazel
Executive Producer(s): Kalilah Robinson
Producer(s): Drea Garcia
Director(s): Matthew Gentile
Screenwriter(s): Josh Aichenbaum
Cinematographer(s): Kalilah Robinson
Editor(s): Rosie Leisure
Production Designer(s): Claire White
Composer(s)/Music: Chad Benton
 
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