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Directed by
Benny Rendell

USA / 2016 / 5:41

Screening Times and Venues:
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Written and performed by Maia Weiss and Archie Lewis-Harris (both 13 years old and from Woodstock, NY), "Listen" is a song about teen bullying and its aftermath.
Thirteen-year old Benny Rendell has been making movies since he was four. Some of his early works include an adaptation of "High Noon" starring his grandparents and a sci-fi movie about a stuffed dog who gets stranded on the moon. "Listen" has also been accepted at the 2016 Williamsburg International Film Festival. Benny's favorite directors include Francois Truffaut, Terence Malick, Alfred Hitchcock, and George Lucas.
Cast/Featuring: Maia Weiss, Archie Lewis-Harris, Maxwell Barnes, Max Mielcarek, Zoe Frances Harvey, Georgia Dedloph, and Fae Leonard Mann
Executive Producer(s): Benny Rendell
Producer(s): Benny Rendell
Director(s): Benny Rendell
Screenwriter(s): Benny Rendell
Cinematographer(s): Benny Rendell
Editor(s): Benny Rendell
Composer(s)/Music: AM4 (Maia Weiss and Archie Lewis-Harris)
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