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Golden Exits Writer
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  The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt (adaptation) / (screenplay) / (script) (announced)
 2021 Cinema Toast (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
 2018 Her Smell (written by)
 2018 Christopher Robin (screenplay by)
 2018/I Nostalgia (based on a story by) / (screenplay by)
 2017 Golden Exits (written by)
 2015 Queen of Earth (written by)
 2014 Listen Up Philip (written by)
 2013 The Sixth Year (segment "writer")
 2013 La última película (Documentary) (additional dialogue)
 2013 The Traditions (TV Series)
 2009 Impolex (written by)
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[on Kodak's new Super 8 camera] Kodak's commitment to keeping film alive, not only as a medium for commercial cinema but also by supporting 16mm and Super 8mm for artists and independent filmmakers is, in a word, remarkable. When I hear about the titans of the industry fighting for film, the conversation is always about 35 or even 65mm. Knowing that the precious little 8mm and 16mm siblings are ... See more »

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