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I: Ayn Rand
Directed by
Alexander Koltchak

USA / 2019 / 8:45
minutes

New York Premiere

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SYNOPSIS:
Ayn Rand, the creator of "objectivism" and "shameless self-interest," finds herself banished to her own personal purgatory, faced with the repeated and eternal confirmation of her abysmal mediocrity as a writer and philosopher.
BIO:
Alexander Koltchak is a writer, comedian, filmmaker, and father of two. I: Ayn Rand is Alex's fifth short-film; second in collaboration with producer and longtime BFF Jonathan Gray. Alex's turn-ons: movies, long walks on the beach and idyllic sunsets. Turn-offs: pushy people, arrogance and anything written by Ayn Rand.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Debbie Irwin, Laura Arten, Timo Schnellinger, Paul Moon, Olivier French
Executive Producer(s): Jason Cacioppo, Bruce Meyerson, Brian Devine, Brooke Devine
Producer(s): Jonathan Gray
Director(s): Alexander Koltchak
Screenwriter(s): Alexander Koltchak
Cinematographer(s): Jason Cacioppo
Editor(s): Texas Wondracek
Composer(s)/Music: John Petersen
 
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