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Yarns to Be Spun on the Way to the Happy Home (2007)

 -  Short  -  10 March 2007 (USA)
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This is a short, autobiographical essay film about using art as an escape from the limitations of a speech impediment. Filmmaker Daniel Kremer explores and parallels how Spalding Gray, the ... See full summary »

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This is a short, autobiographical essay film about using art as an escape from the limitations of a speech impediment. Filmmaker Daniel Kremer explores and parallels how Spalding Gray, the renowned monologue performance artist, used his own creative life as an escape from his own depression. An analogy is made to how the filmmaker used cinema to escape the pain of his stuttering disorder. Written by thustlebird

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Winner of Best Documentary at the Bucks Fever Film Festival, the Iowa Independent Film Festival and the Diamond Screen Film Festival. See more »

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Features Danny and the Scatman (1999) See more »

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