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Directed by
Jennie Allen

USA / 2013 / 14

East Coast Premiere

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Jennie Allen
A vacuum cleaner salesman must decide how far he will go to please his customers.
Jennie is a filmmaker living in Brooklyn, but she hails from the Hudson Valley and flees there whenever she can. She co-wrote the film Failing Better Now, now available on the Starz network. Jennie's short films have screened at Brussels Short Film Festival, CineKink, Scene: Brooklyn, and on NYC-TV, among other places. She won Best Emerging Filmmaker on Babelgum and her script Fit For Life was a finalist in the CineStory screenwriting competition. Her dark comedy Relics won Best Student Live Action Short – Second Place at Palm Springs International ShortFest and the Adrienne Shelly Foundation Award for Best Female Director at the Columbia University Film Festival. Jennie received the Lewis Cole Award for Excellence in Screenwriting from Columbia, along with her M.F.A. She has taught Undergraduate Writing and Screenwriting at Columbia and Filmmaking at the City University of New York. She used to work as a mental health counselor, which prepared her well for working in film.
Cast/Featuring: Seth Kirschner, Sarah Steele, Marceline Hugot
Executive Producer(s): Greg Meola
Producer(s): Michael Fix
Director(s): Jennie Allen
Screenwriter(s): Jennie Allen
Cinematographer(s): Andres Karu
Editor(s): Frank Reynolds and Jennie Allen
Production Designer(s): Greg Meola
Composer(s)/Music: Tyler Wood
Sound Designer(s): Dan Timmons
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