Directed by Noah Buschel
FEATURE NARRATIVE 87 Minutes World Premiere
Bud 'The Saint' Gordon (Corey Stoll) once had it all—a nice apartment, fame, public love and admiration—but a quick jab to the chin wiped that slate. Now living in a dingy studio with no business, no fans and no purpose except to help train an up-and-coming boxer, Bud longs for his former Manhattan glory. With promises of restoring his shattered image and ego, he makes a deal with JJ (Billy Crudup), a crooked restaurateur. But as Bud further entangles himself in JJ's affairs, he finds himself framed for murder and faces a choice between his integrity and his aspirations. Capturing the moral dilemmas that emerge from the compromises we make for success, Noah Buschel writes and directs Glass Chin with a distinctive, vibrant style.

-Genna Terranova
Drama, Crime, Sports, New York, NY Director(s)
About the Director(s)
Before Glass Chin, Noah Buschel completed the film Sparrows Dance, which won the Austin Film Festival for Best Narrative Feature Film and was released theatrically by Tribeca Films; Indiewire called it “one of the best films of the year." He also wrote and directed The Missing Person, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, was named on over eight Best Film Lists in 2009, and for which he was nominated for a Gotham Award for Breakthrough Director. Other credits include writing and directing Neal Cassady (IFC Films) and directing Bringing Rain (2003 TFF Premiere).

Film Info
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    World Narrative Competition
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    87 minutes
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Cast & Credits
  • Costume Designer:
    Liz Vastola
  • Screenwriter:
    Noah Buschel
  • Executive Producer:
    Lois J. Drabkin
  • Director:
    Noah Buschel
  • Production Designer:
    Maya Sigel
  • Editor:
    Jennifer Ruff
  • Cinematographer:
    Ryan Samul
  • Cast:
    Corey Stoll, Billy Crudup, Marin Ireland, Yul Vazquez, Kelly Lynch, John Douglas Thompson
  • Producer:
    Samantha Housman, Louise Runge, Susan A. Stover