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Directed by Carleton Ranney
FEATURE NARRATIVE 101 Minutes World Premiere
Following a worldwide event known as The Reset, humanity rebuilds a society with aging mechanics where gleaming technology once stood. Surveillance now the status quo, society is slowly putting its shattered pieces back together under a watchful eye. After a friend’s suicide leaves behind a mysterious computer drive, a young computer prodigy and a shadowy hacker join together to decipher the clues that he’s left behind. The youthful creators of Jackrabbit have successfully constructed a world, which we haven’t previously seen on film. Mixing retro production design with slick storytelling, they deliver a cinematic dissonance that will result in a shock to the senses. A jigsaw puzzle of a film that flaunts its lo-fi aesthetic proudly, Jackrabbit introduces a fresh new voice to the science fiction landscape. Carleton Ranney’s directorial debut cleverly tweaks its sci-fi premise to offer an ambitious glimpse into the future.

—Loren Hammonds
Thriller, Science Fiction, NY Director(s)
About the Director(s)
Carleton Ranney was born and raised in Austin, Texas. A graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York, his thesis short film Slasher played at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival as well as the Austin Film Festival. Jackrabbit is Ranney’s feature directorial debut.
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Cast & Credits
  • Screenwriter:
    Carleton Ranney, Destin Douglas
  • Editor:
    Joe Stankus, Talia Barrett
  • Cast:
    Josh Caras, Ian Christopher Noel, Joslyn Jensen, Reed Birney
  • Producer:
    Rebecca Rose Perkins, Destin Douglas, Joe Stankus
  • Cinematographer:
    Ashley Connor
  • Composer:
    Will Berman
  • Production Designer:
    Will Hatch Crosby
  • Executive Producer:
    Susan F. Hargis, Frederick W. Perkins
  • Director:
    Carleton Ranney



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