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The Lost & Found Shop has a special place in my heart. I was only 19 when writing/directing the film, and it was my first experience running a full scale production. Safe to say the journey altered the course of my life, and I'm infinitely grateful for everyone who joined our merry crew of dreamers and made this unusual story a reality.

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twitter.com/CalebSlain

Shot in 2.5 days
$1200 Budget + 1300 Favors
All department heads were under age 23
Not a student film

.......................awards and stuff.....................

NATIONAL FILM FEST FOR TALENTED YOUTH (NFFTY) 2011
Best Short Film
Audience Award Opening Night
Most Promising Storyteller Scholarship

CINEYOUTH FF 2011
Best Short Film

DETROIT INDEPENDENT FF 2010
Best Director
Best Supporting Actress

BLUE WATER FF 2010
Best Director
Best Screenplay
Best Cinematography

.........................these picked us too.....................

Chicago Int'l FF 2011
West Chester FF - 2011
East Lansing FF 2010
Grand Rapids FF 2010
Waterfront FF 2010
Detroit Windsor International FF 2010
The Doorpost Film Project 2010 (Top 20 Finalist)

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