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Miller & Son
Directed by
Asher Jelinsky

USA / 2018 / 21
American Film Institute
New York Premiere

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SHORTS: Growing Pains.

A transwoman mechanic living in rural America tries to find a livable compromise between running her family’s auto shop during the day and expressing her femininity at night. When confronted with an unforeseen event, the balance of her daytime and nighttime worlds becomes jeopardized.
Asher Jelinsky is a Los Angeles based writer/director originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. Asher earned their M.F.A. in Directing at the world-renowned American Film Institute (AFI) Conservatory and holds B.A. degrees with honors in Media Studies and Public Health from Pitzer College. She enjoys telling character-driven stories that explore nuanced relationships and outsider perspectives. Asher’s latest short film, Miller & Son, was nominated for the Grand Prix at the Clermont-Ferrand, nominated for the BAFTA Student Film Award and won both the jury and audience awards for Best Narrative Short at the Ashland Independent Film Festival. Asher is currently developing a number of feature scripts and TV pilots.
Cast/Featuring: Jesse James Keitel, Ryan Cutrona, Travis Hammer, Alexandra Grey, Carter Ray
Executive Producer(s): N/A
Producer(s): Kate Chamuris
Director(s): Asher Jelinsky
Screenwriter(s): Asher Jelinsky
Cinematographer(s): Robert Nachman
Editor(s): Selinda Zhou
Production Designer(s): Robert Aguirre
Composer(s)/Music: Curtis Heath, Art Bleek
Sound Designer(s): Nathan Ruyle
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