Narrative Documentary Hybrid Film Exposes The Secrets of Depression

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Narrative Documentary Hybrid Film Exposes The Secrets of Depression

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Production team: Producer/Co-writer/Director: Alethea Root; Executive Producer/Producer/Co-Writer/Lead Actor: Jules Bruff; Producers: Don Presley and Eleonore Dailly; Cinematography: Justin Duval; Editor: Bobby R. Poirier; Production Design: Lee Tosca; Costume Design: Marlene Guidara; Sound Design: Lauren Farley; Documentary Cinematography: Shawn Dufraine; Score: Patrick Soluri; Casting: Emily Hope Webster

About the film: “Literally and figuratively, one morning I awoke determined to face my personal battle with depression. Having been diagnosed with clinical depression when I was 20, I have alternately felt confused, angry, embarrassed, sad, responsible, hopeless, ashamed, and alone. I lived within that world of emotions, living with my depression without reaching out for information or a community. I kept my diagnosis and my experience close to my chest. My nuclear family and only a very select few friends knew about my problem, but only what I felt comfortable telling them. I never let anyone into the heart of my very real illness…I hope our film, “Part Time Fabulous,” will help illuminate what it can be like to live with clinical depression. Once you’ve seen it, please spread the word. In making this film I discovered that most people I spoke with had a family member or friend whose life had been adversely affected by depression. I want to spread the word: depression isn’t your fault, nor should you be ashamed of it…help is available.”
— Jules Bruff

Current status: The team is currently in post-production on the film. The sound editor/mixer and composer are working on the film currently, with color correction to follow. They hope to be included in the Sundance ‘11 NEXT FEST.

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