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Mad Whale, The
OPENING NIGHT FILM

Directed by
Adam Linzey, Luke Haskard, Andrew Wood, Ariel Heller, Sonia Guggenheim, Matt McClung, Jenna Cavelle, David Breschel, Uttera Singh

USA / 2017 / 99
minutes
World Premiere

Screening Times and Venues:
WOODSTOCK Playhouse
10/12/2017, 6:00PM
$20
Qty

Q&A Attendees
*subject to change:
Summer Phoenix, Jennifer Howell
SYNOPSIS:
Inmates at a women's mental asylum are tasked with staging a theatrical production of Herman Melville's Moby Dick as a bold new form of therapy.
BIO:
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Summer Phoenix, Camilla Belle, Dominic Rains, James Franco, Nicole Starrett, Michael Weston, Kai Lennox, Nina Ljeti
Producer(s): Jennifer Howell, James Franco, Vince Jolivett, Brandon Somerhalder, Austin Kolodney
Director(s): Adam Linzey, Luke Haskard, Andrew Wood, Ariel Heller, Sonia Guggenheim, Matt McClung, Jenna Cavelle, David Breschel, Uttera Singh
Screenwriter(s): Kelly Austin Davis, Michael Herman, Paul Jones, Ryan Koehn, Max Newman, Colleen O'Halloran, Nikolaj Wejp-Olsen, Sara Silkin, Megan Seely
Cinematographer(s): Guan Xi
Editor(s): Takashi Uchida
Production Designer(s): Michelle Patterson
Composer(s)/Music: Layla Minoui
Other Credits: Costume Design: Jill Paz Set Decoration: Myra Barrera, Colleen O'Halloran Art Direction: Colleen O'Halloran

 

 
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