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Penny Dreadful
Directed by
Shane Atkinson

USA / 2013 / 17:45
Columbia University

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Rob Cristiano
The story of a kidnapping gone horribly wrong.
Shane Atkinson was born and raised in Northern California. One of six children, his work is often inspired by his early years growing up in a large, chaotic family. Shane is a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate Film Program. In 2010, he was selected for the Nickelodeon Writing Fellowship. The following year, Shane was a winner at the Columbia University Screenwriting Competition. In 2012, Shane was listed on The Tracking Board’s “Top 100 Writers on the Verge.” His feature script Penny Dreadful was also listed on the 2012 Black List. The short version of Penny Dreadful premiered at Clermont-Ferrand in February where it won the Prix du Public (Audience Prize). The film has also received awards from the LA Comedy Shorts Festival, the Seattle International Film Festival, the Champs-Elysees Film Festival, the Cleveland International Film Festival, the Independent Filmmaker Project and the National Board of Review, among others.
Cast/Featuring: Oona Laurence, David H. Stevens, Marnie Schulenburg, Rick Zahn, Richard Busser, Gary Betsworth
Producer(s): Rob Cristiano
Director(s): Shane Atkinson
Screenwriter(s): Shane Atkinson
Cinematographer(s): Travis Cline
Production Designer(s): AnnMarie Parkinson
Composer(s)/Music: Lev (Ljova) Zhurbin
Sound Designer(s): Julian Evans

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