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A Sumerian Noblewoman fights for survival in the wake of a massive global flood.

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Rachel Strongoli ...
Aea
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chuck French ...
Lugal
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Sumerian Noblewoman
Nico Zahniser ...
Sumerian Soldier

Directed by

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Dustin Nowlin

Written by

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Dustin Nowlin ... (story by)
 
Zachary Smith ... (writer)

Produced by

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Krsnaa Fitch ... producer
Dustin Nowlin ... executive producer
Kelly Ann Seeman ... co-executive producer
Zachary Smith ... executive producer
R.A. Washington ... producer

Music by

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Michael Hovancsek

Cinematography by

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Devin Long

Film Editing by

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Matisse Martin

Set Decoration by

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Patrick Koholic
Kelly Ann Seeman

Costume Design by

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Richette Burand

Makeup Department

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Ron George ... special makeup effects artist
Krystle Steinbach ... hair stylist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jared Michael Sobotka ... second assistant director: second unit

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Andrew Santin ... foley artist

Special Effects by

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Ron George ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Erin Smith ... still photographer
Joey Smith ... first assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kelly Ann Seeman ... costume supervisor

Music Department

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Lydia Snyder ... musician

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Robert C. Banks ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Aea is a remarkable film about one woman's perilous struggle to endure a hostile world in the wake of the great flood which covered all lands and wiped out all humanity. Armed only with her will to live, the dreams of her past, and the hope for tomorrow. All that she has to do now, is survive. Written by Z.C. Smith

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Taglines The end of the world...was only her beginning. See more »
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Also Known As
  • After the Rain (Europe, English title)
  • House of Water (Japan, English title)
Runtime
  • 16 min
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Budget $3,500 (estimated)

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