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Giovanni Buonocore
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Donna Buonocore / Ariana
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Frank Lee Payne
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Nikolai
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Ellie
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Stan
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Cian / Countess
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Jack / Kazuko
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Melanie
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Pierre
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In "Natural Born Filmmaker" a rift between two filmmakers and their distributors spirals out of control, involving a threatening Mob boss, zombies running amok and guns ablaze. Both a cautionary tale as well as a spoof, "Natural Born Filmmaker" reveals what happens when you mix naive producers, shady investors and carefully calculated contracts. And it does it all with a wry sense of self-awareness. It's the Hollywood dream gone nightmare. Written by Gregory Blair

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Lights. Camera. Kill.


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