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Baby Teeth
Directed by
Stephanie Ellis

USA / 2015 / 14:22

New York Premiere

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Alex is a new mother already on the verge of unraveling. When she makes a call to her friend, Sophie, saying she's lost her baby, it sends the two of them on a disturbing search retracing Alex's steps. But as their stops continue to come up empty and Alex's behavior grows more erratic, Sophie begins to fear the worst. The question becomes... Is the baby really missing? Or did Alex's cry for help come too late?
Baby Teeth marks the directorial debut for the Australian actress Stephanie Ellis. After graduating with her BA in Creative Industries (writing) from QUT in Australia, she studied at The Actors Center in Sydney and at The Lee Strasberg Institute in New York. Ellis starred in the independent feature, The Sleepwalker, which premiered at Sundance and is distributed by IFC. She was listed as an Honorable Mention in Indiewire's THE PLAYLIST, List of Actresses: On The Rise. Other acting credits include the HBO pilots The Wonderful Maladys, and Spring/Fall. She is based between NYC and Los Angeles.
Cast/Featuring: Ana Kayne, Stephanie Ellis, Lindsay Burdge, Jake O'Connor, Tom Lipinski
Producer(s): Traci Carlson, Gigi Graff
Director(s): Stephanie Ellis
Screenwriter(s): Stephanie Ellis
Cinematographer(s): Zachary Galler
Editor(s): Rob Grisby Wilson
Production Designer(s): Lucio Seixas
Composer(s)/Music: Brook Blair, Will Blair, Craig Hendrix
Sound Designer(s): Isaac Derfel
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