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FUCKING MY WAY BACK HOME
 
FUCKING MY WAY BACK HOME
 
World Premiere

Director: Shawn Whitney, Kathryn Palmateer

Canada, 2017, 70min
Format: Digital (screening) - digital (shooting)
Festival Year: 2018
Category: Feature Narrative
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Cast:  Freya Ravensbergen, Manuel Rodriguez-Saenz, Julio Benitez-Guardiola
Crew:  Producers: Shawn Whitney, Kathryn Palmateer, Manuel Rodriguez-Saenz, Freya Ravensbergen - Screenwriters: Shawn Whitney
Email:  shawntwhitneygmail.com

synopsis
After her mother dies, a sex worker has one night to get enough money to stop her mother's house from being repossessed and return home to collect her child before her relatives hand her over to Children's Aid.

director
Shawn Whitney wrote and directed the award-winning, comedy sci-fi feature A Brand New You as well as writing and directing Fucking My Way Back Home. He works as Executive Story Consultant to Mediabiz International and is also the founder of Microbudget Film Lab, which is followed by thousands of microbudget filmmakers internationally. Shawn is a graduate of the Canadian Film Centre’s Feature Film Lab. Kathryn Palmateer is a freelance photographer. Her work has been exhibited in Toronto, Calgary, Havana, New York City, Portland and Spain. In 2014 Three O’Clock press released a book of her photos entitled One Kind Word. Kathryn shot her first feature length film, A Brand New You, in 2012 along with her partner and co-director Shawn Whitney.


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