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Published on Oct 18, 2011
Synopsis: An odd tale of a 10-year-old superhero and a stolen dog.
Bio: Levi Abrino was raised on a dairy farm in Western Pennsylvania. Leaving the farm for Penn State University, he earned degrees in Geography and Filmmaking, which he used to land a job on the teller line of a rural bank. Here, his duties included cashing checks, taking deposits, and playing the crook in Friday-morning bank robbery drills. Levi is a 2010 graduate of New York University's Film Directing MFA program. He currently resides in New York City's East Village where he works as a teacher and editor, notably editing the 2011 Oscar-winning short film "God of Love." He returns frequently to his family's farm in Pennsylvania though to make films, including "I Ran with a Gray Ghost." You can catch his most recent film "Little Horses" on the festival circuit now. It has upcoming (October/November 2011) screenings at the Austin Film Festival, Indie Memphis Film Festival, Naples International Film Festival, Cucalorus Film Festival (Wilmington, NC), Miami Short Film Festival, and Three Rivers Film Festival (Pittsburgh, PA).
FILM FESTIVALS Slamdance International Short Film Festival - Clermont-Ferrand
CAST Shane Irwin Jagbar Abrino
CREW Writer/Director/Producer/Editor: Levi Abrino Director of Photography: Janice Ahn Assistant Director: Brian Chang Sound: Stephen Dypiangco
National Film Society The National Film Society is a new media studio co-founded by Los Angeles filmmakers Patrick Epino and Stephen Dypiangco, who've decided to take their talents to YouTube. They produce original content, showcase amazing movies, collaborate with talented creators and make fun of each other as much as possible.