Realizing the urban legend of their youth has actually come true; two filmmakers delve into the mystery surrounding five missing children and the real-life boogeyman linked to their disappearances.

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Barbara Brancaccio, Joshua Zeman
United States

Barbara Brancaccio / Joshua Zeman

Joshua Zeman has been making films for over ten years, working as both producer and director. Most notably, he co-produced The Station Agent, which won the 2003 Sundance Audience and Screenwriting Award, Gregg Araki’s, Mysterious Skin, which was nominated for a Spirit Award and The Hawk is Dying, directed by Julian Goldberger. Barbara Brancaccio is the Executive Deputy Commissioner for Public Information at the New York City Department of Social Services/Human Resources Administration. As the agency’s chief spokesperson and communications director, Brancaccio serves as liaison to the Mayor’s press office and is a principal advisor to the agency’s Commissioner. Prior to her appointment in 2006, Brancaccio was Executive Director for WomenCare Inc. and College and Community Fellowship, two nonprofit organizations for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women


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ScreenwriterJoshua Zeman
ProducerBarbara Brancaccio, Joshua Zeman
ComposerAlex Lasarenko
EditorBarbara Brancaccio, Joshua Zeman

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