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JUVENILE

Florida Premiere

DIRECTED BY Bradley Buecker

Country: USA
Language: English

Running Time: 90min
Film Year: 2017
Category: Jordan Ressler Screenwriting Competition

Miami’s own Blake Jenner is the star, scenarist and co-producer of this absorbing drama about a disenfranchised young man’s struggle to balance the temptations of crime with his ambitions for a better future. Billy Forsetti (Jenner) came of age with a dearth of prospects and an abundance of angst. His friends introduce him to the fast thrills and easy money of carjacking, while a budding romance plants in Billy’s mind the possibility of a different life, one grounded in love, faith and legit work.

Sensitively directed by Jenner’s Glee cohort Bradley Buecker, Juvenile is a tale of youth in peril and a society that can’t afford to let its citizens slip between the cracks.

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credits

Director: Bradley Buecker
Producer: Robert J. Ulrich, Mike Jenner, Bradley Buecker, Blake Jenner, Cooper Ulrich
Screenwriter: Blake Jenner
Executive Producer: Dan Costa, Dave Fleming
Production Company: Fiction Pictures

Music: James S. Levine
Cinematographer: Joaquin Sedillo
Editor: Bradley Buecker

Cast: Blake Jenner, Melissa Benoist, Grant Harvey, Nathanial Stroud, Nick Eversman, Andre Royo, Greg Germann, Jim Beaver, Melissa Bolona

Bradley Buecker

Bradley Buecker is an American film and television director, producer and editor. His television credits include several episodes of Glee (10-15) and American Horror Story (11-16) for which he received a total of six Primetime Emmys.Juvenile (17) is his first feature film.

Blake Jenner was born in Miami. He took improv classes with Los Angeles’ legendary Groundlings before launching an acting career in film and television. His many credits include the TV series Glee (10-15) and the films Everybody Wants Some (16) Edge of Seventeen (16), and American Animals (18). Juvenile (17) is his first writing credit.

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