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“At the Maple Grove“
& creativity bleeds to life in this debut feature by a writer from
final show, interwoven with the experience of a young director who
suffers a health scare, and how his creativity bleeds into reality when
he begins to infuse his life, his relationships and his friends into the
film he wants to make.
Inspired by Bob Fosse’s “All That Jazz” and Fellini’s “8 ½” with their
personal and fantastical takes on the creative process, as well as the
John Cassavetes film “The Killing Of A Chinese Bookie” with its stark,
night club gangster narrative.
Writer/Director: Christopher Zatta
Producers: Lyman Creason, Michel DeAscentiis and Alison Zatta
Cinematographer: Kris Carrillo
Editor: Jonathan Ade
Cast: Matt Micucci, Chip Godwin, Marielle Vigneau-Britt, Don Scribner,
Paulette McWilliams, Alison Zatta. Also featuring James Kyson and
About the Production:
ideal, whether it’s in their work or art, with their family or
friendships, or in their love or livelihood. They may be standing on
thin ice, but maintaining their dreams and ideals in spite of the
consequences and obstacles is all that matters. Regardless of who tells
them they’ll fail.
“My drive to make AT THE MAPLE GROVE came from an identical place. To
make a film that meant something to me. About characters I cared about.
Before it was too late.”
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