Conceived & Directed by Joseph Rezwin

Chicago-born writer / director, Joseph Rezwin has had extensive experience both in front of and behind the camera. His work has been inspired by such mentors as John Cassavetes who Rezwin worked for on the set of Opening Night (1977); documentary filmmaker, D. A. Pennebaker for whom he worked in New York (1984), and contemporary French theater director, Bruno Boëglin. In addition to directing for the theater, Rezwin has written, directed and produced several fiction films, including three shorts: Illness (1976), Wishful Thinking (1989) as well as The Death of Abraham (2003) and his first feature, An Afternoon Tea At Midnight In Amsterdam (2008). His latest film, Gazzara (2012) is his first non-fiction feature. As an actor, Rezwin has appeared in many international television and film productions, as well as on stage. He has been living and working in Paris since 1992.

Director of photography : Trevor Tweeten

Assistant camera : Drew Mershon

2nd Camera : Joe Lueben 

Sound : Nicholas Williams

Photographer : Kevin Hayden

Digital Creation & Technical Advisor ` : David Sarfati

Editor : Alaa Safi

Music : Eileen Sorley

Producers : Joseph Rezwin, Philip Mershon, Alexandre Archenoult


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