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SHORTS IN COMPETITION: STUDENT

STORM UP THE SKY

Directed by Jon Kauffman
SHORT NARRATIVE 12 Minutes New York Premiere
FILM GUIDE STORM UP THE SKY

Loosely based on the story of Cain and Abel, Storm Up The Sky is the story of a Hasidic Jewish family trying to live a traditionally pious life in the modern, assimilated world. It explores themes of individuality, religion, and family. Centered on the two eldest sons of a strict Hasidic patriarch, this film explores how each of these siblings responds to their father's imposing system of beliefs.

Drama
About the Director(s)
JON KAUFFMAN has written and directed five short films, including Fragrance of Night, which won the Best Undergraduate Drama award at the Ivy Film Festival. His films have showed at festivals throughout the US. He assisted Darren Aronofsky on Black Swan and entered Columbia University's graduate film program in 2007.

Film Info
  • Section:
    Shorts in Competition: Student
  • Year:
    2010
  • Length:
    12 minutes
  • Language:
    English
  • Country:
    USA
  • Premiere:
    New York
  • Connect:
Cast & Credits
  • Primary Cast:
    Richard Masur, Dan Pfau, Dan Shaked
  • Director:
    Jon Kauffman
  • Screenwriter:
    Jon Kauffman
  • Producer:
    Veronica Nickel
  • Editor:
    Morgan Faust
  • Director of Photography:
    Michael Millikan
  • Composer:
    Michi Wiancko

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