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Cut Through, The
Directed by
Weldon Powers

USA / 2015 / 5:08

East Coast Premiere

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Weldon Powers
Kenneth, a suburban husband, is tired of the neighborhood kids cutting through his backyard to get to the woods behind his house. One day, Kenneth decides to follow the kids into the woods, and he finds out about their discovery of a mysterious portal to an unknown place. With some peer pressure from the kids, Kenneth begins to question his own comfortable suburban lifestyle and considers jumping into the portal with them.
Weldon Powers is a Chinese-American writer-director from Atlanta, Georgia. His work in short form comedy has garnered much acclaim, working with the likes of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and Def Jam. Also a feature-length screenwriter, Weldon's screenplay "Uncle Tommy Goes To the Suburbs" was selected for Project Catalyst at the 2011 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Weldon received his BA in film from the City University of New York, Hunter College.
Cast/Featuring: Tony Baker, Leonora Pitts, Jordan Kyle, Cencere Baker, David Workman
Producer(s): Lamar Woods, Annette Villarreal, Weldon Powers
Director(s): Weldon Powers
Screenwriter(s): Lamar Woods, Annette Villarreal, Weldon Powers
Cinematographer(s): Tristan Noelle
Composer(s)/Music: Haim Mazar
Sound Designer(s): Josh Wilkinson
Animator(s): Michael Valasquez
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