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COFFEE & PIE
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COFFEE & PIE
 
US Premiere

Director: Douglas Horn

United States, 2011, 16min
Format: Digital (screening) - RED (shooting)
Festival Year: 2012
Category: LGBT
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Winner: Best LGBT

Cast:  Sophia Takal, Amy Seimetz, Karen Chamberlain
Crew:  Producers: Andrew Stoneham - Screenwriters: Andrew Stoneham - Cinematographer: Hilarion Banks - Editor: Travis Bleen
Email:  a_stonehamhotmail.com

synopsis
Coffee & Pie is a self proclaimed anti-romantic comedy, and yet a quirky love story of sorts. It is a contemporary tale about relationships and the people who engage in them. The story examines two characters; June and October and their drastically different notions and takes on love and life.

director
Douglas Horn has been a film and video professional for over a decade. In that time he's worked on a lot of sets as well as written, directed, produced, and edited numerous projects. With sharp, evocative dialog and striking visual flair, Douglas Horn's work has quickly gained a following among film audiences. He has written and directed two produced feature films, Entry Level and The No-Sit List, which are currently in distribution. His short films have earned recognition at numerous film festivals and beyond. Douglas's comedy Full Disclosure starring Judy Greer (13 Going On 30) has won several awards including a Special Jury Award for Screenwriting from the 2006 Florida Film Festival and Best Short Film awards at the 2006 Sedona and Omaha film festivals. Full Disclosure was the top-selling short film in the iTunes Store for several weeks. His previous comedy, Trailer: The Movie! was a nominee for the 2005 Budweiser Filmmaker Discovery Award, presented at the Tribeca Film Festival, for which Douglas appeared in Vanity Fair magazine. Many of Doug's other short films have played in festivals, won awards, and found distribution as well.
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