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Almost Home
Directed by
Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen

USA / 2018 / 91:40
minutes

World Premiere

Screening Times and Venues:
Upstate Films WOODSTOCK
10/14/2018, 5:45PM
$10
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Orpheum Theater SAUGERTIES
10/12/2018, 1:00PM
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SYNOPSIS:
After running away from home, a teenage girl with a troubled home life forms an unlikely connection with a young woman that's been living on the streets for years--becoming part of an unlikely family struggling to survive homeless life in Los Angeles.
BIO:
Jessica Blank & Erik Jensen are actors, writers and directors best known for their award-winning play "The Exonerated," which was made into a film starring Susan Sarandon and Danny Glover. Their play "How to be a Rock Critic," based on the writings of Lester Bangs, has played across the country with Jessica directing and Erik starring. They are currently developing the feature film version of the play with Likely Story. "Almost Home" marks their feature directing debut. They live in Brooklyn with their daughter, Sadie.
MAIN CREDITS:
Executive Producer(s): Stephen Braun
Producer(s): Steak House, Jessica Blank, Ross Putman
Director(s): Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen
Screenwriter(s): Jessica Blank & Erik Jensen
Cinematographer(s): Arlene Muller
Editor(s): Gordon Grinberg
Production Designer(s): Jeff Schoen
Composer(s)/Music: David Robbins

 

 
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