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Anne at 13,000 ft ()


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A volatile young woman challenged by everyday social and professional encounters.

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Anne
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Directed by

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Kazik Radwanski

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Kazik Radwanski ... ()

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Jalana Lewis ... associate producer
Daniel Montgomery ... producer
Kazik Radwanski ... producer
Nathan Silver ... executive producer
C. Mason Wells ... executive producer

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Nikolay Michaylov

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Ajla Odobasic

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Kalil Haddad ... assistant editor
Caspar Newbolt ... title designer
Emma Tomas ... assistant editor

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Matthew Chan ... re-recording mixer
Alex Hennessey ... sound mixer
Ian Reynolds ... sound mixer

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David Hayman ... music supervisor
Evan Miles ... music producer
Cody Partridge ... music coordinator

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Ryan MacDuff ... production assistant
Caspar Newbolt ... poster designer

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Plot Summary

Anne at 13,000 ft centers on a precarious period in the life of its eponymous, Anne (Deragh Campbell), with her best friend Sarah (Dorothea Paas), 27-year-old Anne works at a Toronto daycare, where she needlessly bickers with colleagues and is often more interested in fantasizing with the children than in supervising them. For Sarah's baccalaureate party, they go skydiving, and Anne seems completely in her element, floating above it all, a true departure from her strained, awkward professional and social interactions (such as the one with new boyfriend Matt, played by filmmaker Matt Johnson). Radwanski's signature hand-held style matches the way Anne fumbles through life. Tight close-ups offer further evidence of Campbell's remarkable, spiky performance, with her character's tremulous shifts in mood and sentiment efficiently portrayed by subtle swings in tone and body language. Written by Toronto International Film Festival

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  • Anne at 13,000 Ft (Canada, English title)
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