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Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Jack Warren
In a time different from our own, two teenagers, Sam and Sylvia, meet in the ruins of a forgotten train station. For the first time in both their lives they dance and discuss the troubles of their torn pasts.
Jack loves stories. For as long as he can remember, he's been reading books, playing pretend, and watching movies. He has written short fiction that have appeared in both the Woodstock Day School and Good life Youth Journals, published video blogs to YouTube with a following of more than 300 people, and acted in local productions of Macbeth, Twelfth Night, and Taming of the Shrew. He attends and works at the Wayfinder Experience, an interactive roleplay theatre camp that he likes to call home.
Meanwhile, he's going into the 10th grade at Onteora High School, where he receives excellent teaching in Film and Film History. Through the school's mentorship program he attained tutelage from BCDF Pictures, a local production company with films like Liberal Arts, Higher Ground and Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding to its name. Train is his first completed short film. He's very excited about it!
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