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"GOOD GIRL" SATO48 2016

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Published on Apr 25, 2016

Talking Dog Pictures In Association with Aunt Max Motion Pictures presents
GOOD GIRL
After years of abuse from her father, Julie turns a ticket to his show into an opportunity for revenge.

This film was written, shot, edited, and produced in 48 hours for the SATO 48 2016 film challenge.
This short film required certain props such as the Admit One tickets, and sombrero hats, and we were required to use them in certain ways. Learn more about the SATO48 film festival at www.Sato48.com

STARRING:
Andie Bottrell as Julie
George Cron as Hank
Gabriella Ward as Young Julie
Renee Michaels as The Detective
Teddy as himself
Michael Wycoff as The Doorman

Background Extras..
Melissa Brawn
Linda Bava
Kelsey Nunn

Directed by
Shannon Michelle

Screenplay by
Ellen Simmonds

Cinematography by
Jordan Essary

Produced by
Shannon Michelle
Ellen Simmonds

Original Music by
Chris Porcelli

Edited by
Jordan Essary

Sound Mixer
Sage Haff

Still Photographer
Mary Jo Greer

Grip
Capri Sanders

Special Effects Make-Up
Gabriella Ward
Nancy Ward

Wardrobe
Mary Jo Greer

Dog Trainer
Vanessa Healey

Production Assistants
Capri Sanders
Kelsey Nunn

"What Daddy Says"
written/composed by
Chris Porcelli

"Smoking Gun"
written/performed by
George Cron

G&E Equipment provided courtesy of Aunt Max Motion Pictures
www.AuntMax.com

Costumes and Props provided courtesy of Studio 2060
www.facebook.com/studio2060

The Producers Wish To Thank
Aunt Max Motion Pictures Equipment Rental House
Studio 2060
SATO48
Andy Meyer
Mike Strain

NO ANIMALS WERE HURT IN THE MAKING OF THIS FILM

If you or someone you know is suffering from domestic violence, help is out there. Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline for support, resources, and advice available 24/7, 365 days a year.
YOUR SAFETY is important. 1-800-799- SAFE (7233)
Learn more at www.thehotline.org

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