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Rich Hill (2014) — Dir. Andrew Droz Palermo & Tracy Droz Tragos

2014, 91 minutes © Rich Hill – Andrew Droz Palermo & Tracy Droz Tragos / The Orchard

Winner of the 2014 Sundance Grand Jury Prize (U.S. Documentary), Rich Hill chronicles the dysfunctional lives of three impoverished male teenagers, and their families, living in the small dystopian city of the eponymous name. With beautiful cinematography, sharp editing, and a clear determination to go beyond the stereotypes often associated with ‘white trash America,’ the film is a truly compassionate portrait of looming adulthood in a place with very limited life prospects.

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A documentary addict of sorts currently serving as Managing Director of the SEDPA (Syndicat des Entreprises de Distribution de Programmes Audiovisuels), an organization representing the moral and financial interests of French audiovisual distributors, in France and in Europe.

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