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Terrible Accident at the Bread Factory
Directed by
Katelyn Douglass and Drew Angle

USA / 2018 / 14
minutes


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SHORTS: Comedy.

SYNOPSIS:
The Crumbles Bakery Company celebrates Marty’s return to work with an extravagant Welcome Back party. Month’s earlier, Marty was injured in a mysterious workplace accident. As the employees wait for the guest of honor to arrive, bizarre theories of what happened to Marty begin to emerge.
BIO:
Originally from Florida, Katelyn Douglass is a founding member of the Chicago-based collective Hot Kitchen (hotkitchencollective.com) and co-creator of Your Uncle Richard (yourunclerichard.com).

Drew Angle is a filmmaker living and working in Chicago (www.drewangle.com). Most recently, he was the editor for the new feature documentary following the cult Chicago music label, Wax Trax! Records.

MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Thomas Kelly, David Brown, Wyatt Fair, Luke Taylor, Chelsea Holmes
Executive Producer(s): Katelyn Douglass and Drew Angle
Producer(s): Katelyn Douglass and Drew Angle
Director(s): Katelyn Douglass and Drew Angle
Cinematographer(s): Drew Angle
Editor(s): Katelyn Douglass and Drew Angle
Production Designer(s): Emory Hall
Composer(s)/Music: Corey Smith
Sound Designer(s): Alex Smolinski
Animator(s): Rick Gorge
 
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