Billy learns how “wonderful” the world would be if everyone were the same in this satirical re-creation of a 1950’s educational film. Though set in a time of conservative viewpoints and narrow-minded beliefs, the film raises a timely question: When it comes to the acceptance of other people, have we progressed as much as we think we have today?
Jamie Donahue’s acting credits include the feature films Whipped, The Dead Hate The Living, the award-winning Stop It, You’re Killing Me! and Faye Dunaway’s short The Yellow Bird. Behind the camera, Donahue has worked in every crew position from P.A. to first A.D, often as a sound technician for ABC News and Extra! In Spring 2004, Donahue was awarded a grant from Power Up for Billy’s Dad is a Fudge-Packer.