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Live action short; running time: 5 minutes

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LOGLINE

A late-night news team keeps busy reporting on a series of violent crimes on Miami Beach’s exclusive La Gorce Island.

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SYNOPSIS    

A late-night news team keeps busy reporting on a series of violent crimes on Miami Beach’s exclusive La Gorce Island.

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DIRECTOR          

Andrew Delaplaine lives on South Beach and is developing several projects for TV and features.

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CAST LIST

  • SCOTT HANKES -  James Curtis
  • RAFAEL SALGUERO -  Allesandro Valladares

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CREDIT LIST

  • FELIPE MARROU                         DP
  • FELIPE MARROU                         Editor
  • CELIA EVANS                              Music
  • TED OSINSKI                                Exec Producer
  • ANDREW DELAPLAINE            Writer / Director

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DIRECTOR’S BIO

Andrew Delaplaine is a writer/director living on South Beach. He is developing several live action and animated projects for cable TV as well as three feature films.

In the past, with his sister Renee, he has owned a restaurant on South Beach (Scratch), a nightclub (Warsaw Ballroom), a newpaper (The Wire), among other enterprises.

He now works full-time on entertainment projects.

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DIRECTOR’S FILMOGRAPHY

  • “Life's a Drag,” live-action feature, 114 minutes, currently in post, 2007.
  • “Becoming Quentin,” documentary feature, 114 minutes, 2007.
  • “The Morning Show,” animated feature, 86 minutes, 2007.
  • "Hillary in '08," animated short, 20 minutes, 2007.
  • "Snakebite," animated short, 3 minutes, 2006.
  • “Amanda Demanda,” narrative animated short, 24 minutes, 2004.
  • “David Leddick's The Male Nude,” documentary, 27 minutes, 2003.
  • “Product Placement,” narrative short, 14 minutes, 2003.
  • “The Midnight News,” narrative short, 6 minutes, 2003.
  • “You Can Do It,” narrative short, 5 minutes, 2002.

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