A boy tries to overcome the loss of his mother by creating a dangerous relationship with a monster.

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Jeremiah Kipp
August Maturo, Mike C. Manning, Bianca D'Ambrosio, Chiara D'Ambrosio, Lukas Hassel
United States

Jeremiah Kipp

Jeremiah Kipp's directing credits include "Black Wake" starring Tom Sizemore, "Pickup" starring Jim True-Frost, "Mastermind" starring Chris Sarandon, "Edward Albee: A Transformative Moment" starring Mercedes Ruehl and Bill Irwin, "The Sadist" starring Tom Savini, "The Pod" starring Larry Fessenden, "Contact" (commissioned by Sinister Six annual screening series), "The Days God Slept", "Easy Prey" (commissioned by NYC's annual VisionFest), and "The Apartment" (commissioned by Canon to premiere their XL2 at DV Expo 2004). Producing credits include the feature films "Satan Hates You" (created by Glass Eye Pix, starring Angus Scrimm, Michael Berryman and Reggie Bannister), "In Montauk", and "The Bed-Thing" (directed by Pulitzer Prize-nominated Matt Zoller Seitz).


Slapface (2021), Theresa & Allison (2019), Black Wake (2018), Broken Badges (2018), Love & Everything in Between (2017), The Sadist (2015)


ScreenwriterJeremiah Kipp
ProducerJoe Benedetto, Artisha Mann Cooper, Mike Manning
Composer Barry J. Neely
Editor Katie Dillon

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