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Factory 25 Acquires Lance Edmands’ Directorial Debut ‘Bluebird’

Factory 25 Acquires Lance Edmands' Directorial Debut 'Bluebird'

Factory 25 has acquired the North American theatrical rights to Lance Edmands’ directorial debut, “Bluebird.”

Edmands is better know for his editing work, including Lena Dunham’s “Tiny Furniture.” The drama stars John Slattery, Amy Morton, Louisa Krause, Emily Meade, Margo Martingale and Adam Driver.

From Factory 25’s synopsis:

“‘Bluebird’ explores the interconnectedness of a small town in the northern reaches of Maine. When Lesley, the local school bus driver (Morton), becomes distracted during her end-of-day inspection, she fails to notice a sleeping boy in the back of the bus. What happens next shatters the tranquility of her small logging town, proving that even the slightest actions have enormous consequences. Stricken by an overwhelming sense of guilt, Lesley’s fragility is further tested by her husband (Slattery)—a local logger preoccupied by the imminent closing of the town paper mill—and the boy’s mother (Krause), a disaffected young woman looking to take advantage of a delicate situation.”

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