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Directed by
Paul Spaulding

USA / 2017 / 14
minutes SUNY New Paltz
World Premiere

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Amy Trompetter breaks boundaries and expectations through the art of puppetry. She encourages all ages to participate and perform in public. Through this short journey well get a glimpse of her life, efforts, and the cultural importance of puppetry.
From Northport, NY, Paul Spaulding is a filmmaker and graduate of SUNY New Paltz.
Cast/Featuring: Amy Trompetter, Carl Welden
Executive Producer(s): Alex Griffiths
Producer(s): Paul Spaulding, Abby Shaffer, Kyra Andrews
Director(s): Paul Spaulding
Screenwriter(s): Paul Spaulding, Alex Griffiths, Abby Shaffer, Kyra Andrews
Cinematographer(s): Paul Spaulding, Alex Griffiths, Abby Shaffer, Kyra Andrews
Editor(s): Paul Spaulding, Alex Griffiths, Abby Shaffer, Kyra Andrews


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