USA | Narrative | 2016 | 89 min.
Director: Zach Brown
Additional Credits: Writer: Zach Brown, Producers: Shawn Pyfrom and Julia Voth, Editor: Patrick Bellanger, Cinematographer: Noel Maitland
Adrian is a self-made man, despite the tragedy of his parents dying when he was a child. He is a famous photographer who has earned a following for his provocative style. Life appears to perfect until his sister Samantha suddenly dies, leaving him as the sole guardian of her 9-year-old daughter Maddy, whom he has never even met. Even while he clings to his life in the fast lane, he realizes everything must change if Maddy is to avoid the same pain he suffered as a child.
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Writer/director, Zach was born and raised in North Carolina and attended college at Virginia Tech. After graduating college in 2007, he made his way to California where he began his career in the entertainment industry. After writing/producing/acting in half a dozen short films and writing three feature scripts, Zach made his transition to directing with his lengthly short film (40 min) The Mountain Man. He recently wrapped post production on his feature film directorial debut, Hard Surfaces (previously titled The Moleskin Diary). Which stars Shawn Pyfrom (Desperate Housewives), Julia Voth (Package Deal, Bitch Slap), and Chase Fein.
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