ENTRY FOR THE SEATTLE 24 HOUR FILM RACE 2010
SYNOPSIS: Where do we go when our consciousness cannot deal with reality? Perhaps that special place can be what saves us.
Jess: Lisa LeVan
Paul: Rodrigo DeMedieros
Billy: Scott C. Brown
Jen: Telisa Steen
Mark: Anthony Ascione
Director: Sam Nuttmann, Ryan Wardwell
Producer: Sean Avichouser
Director of Photography: Keith Bolling
Co-producers: Sam Nuttmann, Hugh Berry
Writers: Sam Nuttmann, Ryan Wardwell, Hugh Berry
Editor: Sean Donavan
Assistant Director: Hugh Berry
Camera Operators: Keith Bolling, Phillip Conover, Christina (Minna) Brown
Sound Technician: Mark Renstrom
Boom Operators: Mark Renstrom, Paublo M.A. Smith
Lighting Technician: Alex Meader
Music & Sound Design: Sam Nuttmann
Make-up & Special FX Artist: Anne Sellery
Hair Stylist: Stacey Williams
Production Photography: Dominique Miciano
Script Supervisor: Rebecca Dias
Production Assistants: Allison Eckert, MacKenzie McAninch, Jacob Niehaus
Craft Services: Tara Smith
Location Scouts: Keith Bolling, Sam Nuttmann
ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK BY SAKURA WINDS
Oboe: Robert Knoll
Clarinet: Geoffrey Larson
Bassoon: Jordana Elliott
French Horn: Josiah Boothby
SPECIAL THANKS TO
The Berry Family
CRANE, DOLLY AND CAMERA STABILIZER SYSTEMS BY
Cobra Crane USA (CobraCraneUSA.com)
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