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Liner Notes
Directed by
Gregg Bray

USA / 2016 / 82

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Gregg Bray, John Patrick Bray
When Alice's estranged rock star father Jake Sampson, turns up dead, she seeks out Jake's original guitarist, George--a man noticeably absent from her dad's funeral. Together, Alice and George take a road trip to Montreal, to visit Jake's resting site, and learn along the way that the past is only as amazing as those who write it down. Based on the stage play published by Next Stage Press.
Gregory Bray Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in Digital Media Production at SUNY New Paltz. His media work has been seen in a number of film festivals and have earned numerous awards including the Cine Golden Eagle. Audio work has appeared on NPR and WAMC Northeast Public Radio. He also works as the videography director for the Woodstock Film Festival, and is on the board of Directors for the Broadcast Education Association.
Cast/Featuring: Allen Enlow, Alyssa Carpenter
Producer(s): Gregory Bray, Nadine May Lewis
Director(s): Gregg Bray
Screenwriter(s): John Patrick Bray, Gregory Bray
Cinematographer(s): Vincent Carnevale
Editor(s): Jason Latorre
Composer(s)/Music: Danny Mark Asis
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