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Keys. Wallet. Phone.
Directed by
Juliet Lashinsky-Revene

USA / 2012 / 11
Columbia University
New York Premiere

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Juliet Lashinsky-Revene
A woman seeks peace over breakfast in a cafι. But peace is not to be found this morning ...
Juliet Lashinsky-Revene was born in the West Village of New York City and was raised there by her mother, an actress in the experimental Wooster Group theater company. She spent summers in Woodstock with her father, who worked as a cinematographer. Thanks to her parents, Juliet developed an early love for films, and at the age of eight, she began to make her own with a Hi-8 video camera.

Driven by an interest in the human mind and a continuing fascination with film, Juliet studied psychology and film studies at Swarthmore College. She recently graduated with honors from Columbia University's graduate film program where she was awarded the HBO Young Filmmakers Development Award and the IFP Award for her short film Stefan, which screened at WFF 2011.

Keys. Wallet. Phone. is Juliet's thesis film.

Cast/Featuring: Rae C. Wright, Stephen Schnetzer, Steve Cuiffo
Executive Producer(s): K. Miri Kahn
Producer(s): Jeannie Donohoe
Director(s): Juliet Lashinsky-Revene
Screenwriter(s): Juliet Lashinsky-Revene
Cinematographer(s): Ming Kai Leung
Editor(s): Juliet Lashinsky-Revene, Pascal Troemel
Composer(s)/Music: Birdie Hilltop
Sound Designer(s): Jim Dawson
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