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Foster Portfolio, The
Directed by
Danielle Katvan

USA / 2016 / 19

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Based on the original short story by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., The Foster Portfolio is an offbeat, mid-century tale about a rookie investment counselor who discovers that his penniless client is hiding a million-dollar inheritance in order to conceal a mysterious double life.
Danielle Katvan is an award-winning director, whose films have been official selections at festivals such as the Tribeca Film Festival, Palm Springs ShortFest and San Francisco International. She was selected as a finalist in the 2016 HBOAccess Directing Fellowship, and is one of 32 directors included in Shoot Magazine's 2017 New Directors Showcase. Her work has been featured on MTV, VH1 and NBC Universal. Her short film, Stranger Things, received an award from Kodak for Excellence in the Craft of Filmmaking.
Cast/Featuring: Roe Hartrampf, Joel Nagle, Rebecca Watson
Executive Producer(s): Rivka and Moshe Katvan, Danielle Katvan, Eli and Nurit Shifman, Yoram Ron
Producer(s): Saleah Smith, Danielle Katvan, Joel Pincosy
Director(s): Danielle Katvan
Screenwriter(s): Danielle Katvan
Cinematographer(s): Michael Epple
Editor(s): Danielle Katvan
Production Designer(s): James Bartol
Composer(s)/Music: Nat Osborn and Corey Zorn
Sound Designer(s): Eli Cohn
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