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Moving Malcolm

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83 minutes – Comedy
Release date: October 17, 2003
Canadian distributor: Mongrel Media

Gene, played by Benjamin Ratner, who makes his directorial debut with his self-penned feature film, is a struggling writer who’s dumped at the altar by a flighty B-movie actress. At odds with his family, friends, and himself, Gene spends the next year toiling away on a voluminous novel that he hopes will win back his former fiancé. Then suddenly she shows up asking him to help move her father, Malcolm, played by John Neville, while she’s off making a low-budget flick in Prague. This could be Gene’s last chance to recapture Liz’s love. Ratner admits the story is autobiographical to a certain degree, but the film looks at the universal theme of acceptance – acceptance by friends, family and lovers. The very people that drive us to the edge and back as we struggle to accept ourselves.



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Crew:
Producer:Paul Armstrong
Bridget Hill
Benjamin Ratner
Executive Producer:

Christine Haebler
Jayme Pfahl

Associate Producer:

Rory Richards

Director:

Benjamin Ratner

Screenwriter:

Benjamin Ratner

Story Editor:

John B. Frizzell
Ivana Cubbuck

Cinematographer:

Gregory Middleton C.S.C.

Editor:

Ross Weber

Composer:

Chris Ainscough

Production Designer:

Michael Tiernan

Cast:Roles:

Elizabeth Berkley
Benjamin Ratner
John Neville
Jay Brazeau
Babs Chula
Rebecca Harker
Linda Sorensen
Nicholas Lea
Tom Scholte
Philip Granger
Marnie Robinson
Gina Chiarelli
Earl Pastko

Liz Woodward
Gene Maxwell
Malcolm Woodward
George Maxwell
Gisha Maxwell
Jolea Maxwell
Ruby
Herbert
Mover
Driver
Sally