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616 Ratings

I USED TO BE A FILMMAKER

Directed by Jay Rosenblatt
United States, 2003
Short, Documentary

Synopsis

A film about fatherhood and the bond between a father and his infant daughter. The filmmaker documents the first eighteen months of the child’s life, showing the progression from newborn to infant to toddler.

Synopsis

A film about fatherhood and the bond between a father and his infant daughter. The filmmaker documents the first eighteen months of the child’s life, showing the progression from newborn to infant to toddler.

I Used to Be a FilmmakerDirected byJay Rosenblatt

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Awards & Festivals

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Tribeca Film Festival
2003

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