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Directed by
Brett Wagner

USA / 2013 / 25

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Brett Wagner, Rachel Brosnahan
Drea, a 20-something woman living in Brooklyn, struggles to make progress in her own life while being the sole caregiver for her father, who has Alzheimer's.
Brett Wagner is a writer/director based in Los Angeles and Honolulu. IndieWIRE declared his previous short film, Chief, "one of the ten must-see shorts of the Sundance Film Festival.” Chief won "Best Dramatic Film" at the Los Angeles International Shortsfest, a BAFTA Award of Excellence, and many other accolades. Brett's first feature film, Five Years, won the Victoria Independent Film Festival, received "Best Screenplay" at Avignon, and is internationally distributed under its release title, The Hidden. Recent screenplays include an adaption of the bestselling memoir, The Devil’s Teeth, for executive producer Terrence Malick; and an adaptation of Steven Callahan’s survival epic, Adrift, for director/producer Tim Matheson. The Devil’s Teeth won a Sloan Foundation development grant through the Tribeca Film Festival. Brett also directs commercials.
Cast/Featuring: Rachel Brosnahan, Patrick Murney, Thomas Schall
Executive Producer(s): Marc Warner
Producer(s): Mynette Louie
Director(s): Brett Wagner
Screenwriter(s): Brett Wagner
Cinematographer(s): Chad Davidson
Editor(s): Kenneth Marsten
Production Designer(s): Lisa Myers
Composer(s)/Music: Michael Montes
Sound Designer(s): Jamie Baker
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