The Rabbit Hunt
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The United States of Detroit
Rafael 1Thu, May 11 6:15 PM
We've all seen photos of Detroit's abandoned buildings and heard stories of its downtown renewal. This new perspective focuses on the ordinary community members who've devoted themselves to revitalizing their own struggling neighborhoods from the ground up.
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The United States of Detroit
Sequoia 2Sun, May 14 7:00 PM
We've all seen photos of Detroit's abandoned buildings and heard stories of its downtown renewal. This new perspective focuses on the ordinary community members who've devoted themselves to revitalizing their own struggling neighborhoods from the ground up.
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Film Info
Country:US
Year:2016
Running Time:12 min.
Director:Patrick Bresnan
Producer:Ivete Lucas
Maida Brankman
Screenwriter:Ivete Lucas
Cinematographer:Patrick Bresnan
Editor:Ivete Lucas
Description

In the industrial sugar farms of the Florida Everglades, a 17-year-old and his family hunt wild rabbits as a rite of passage. With precision and skill, they prepare the day's catch.

In Person: Producer Maida Brankman

Additional Information


Patrick Bresnan is a visual artist and filmmaker. He received his formal education working for Mission School artists Clare Rojas and Barry McGee (Twist). His short documentary The Send-Off premiered at Sundance in 2016 and received awards at SXSW, SFIFF and AFI FEST. That year, he and his partner Ivete Lucas were named to Filmmaker Magazine's 25 New Faces of Independent Film. The Rabbit Hunt premiered in the U.S. at Sundance in 2017 and internationally at the Berlinale Shorts Competition. He is currently directing a feature documentary in the Florida Everglades.