Betty is part art/part truth. When a doctor encourages Betty to read her patient file, she begins to discover pieces missing (of her life), leading to unexpected emotional connection.

BETTY took a Seattle-New York village to make. Like a poem, we may not find the same meaning. But as a friend once said, "everything turns on the tip of intention." The intention of this storytelling endeavor was to explore a hard road traveled: my grandmother's suicide. BETTY premiered at the 2010 Seattle International Film Festival and played the 2010 Palm Springs International ShortFest, among others. Thank you to producer Annie Flocco for guiding the film every step of the way.

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"...a beautifully crafted depiction of the inner mind..." "...a luscious, 35mm gem!" "Beautifully composed narrative and deeply affecting performances." "Betty was nothing but awesome!!!"

BETTY was made with the generous support of Kodak, Alpha Cine Seattle, Oppenheimer Cine Rental, Modern Digital, Clatter & Din, Complete Casting, 4Culture, Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, IFP/Seattle, and Northwest Film Forum. We shot on 2perf with a bleach bypass process, and printed to Kodak 2383 Vision.

Very special thank you to our executive producer, Craig McKay, and to the more than 115 individuals, organizations and businesses that supported the making of this film.

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