Audrey the Trainwreck

2010 | 85 minutes | NR | IMDb

Directed by Frank V. Ross

Cinematography by David Lowery

Starring Anthony J. Baker, Alexi Wasser, Jess Weixler, Joe Swanberg, Rebecca Spence, Danny Rhodes, Nick Offerman & Kris Swanberg

Premiered at the 2010 SXSW Film Festival

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Synopsis

Pushing thirty and working a thankless office job, Internet dating is one more routine in Ron Hogan's well-ordered life. Until he meets Stacy, a fellow working stiff who disarms him by speaking the language of his loneliest moments. Featuring a score by acclaimed jazz composer John Medeski, AUDREY THE TRAINWRECK is Frank V. Ross's 6th feature film, an exploration of what might happen if one man's silent desperation got a little bit louder. (Indiegogo)

Notes

- Executive Produced by Alicia Van Couvering (She also produced "Drinking Buddies", "Tiny Furniture" and "Happy Christmas"). (
- Director Ross was working at the time at a restaurant in Westmont, IL - some of the restaurant scenes were shot there.

Filmed in Chicago, Illinois

Shot on the Panasonic HVX200

"We shot AUDREY on the HVX-200, although we did everything we could to make it look dirtier and more lo-fi!"
-- David Lowery

Budget: $11,000

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