Terrible Accident at the Bread Factory
All Films • 06-Jan-2020
After falling into an industrial cooking vat, Marty's coworkers welcome him back to the bakery with an extravagant party. Drew Angle and Katelyn Douglass direct “Terrible Accident at the Bread Factory,” a one-take comedy which introduces over a dozen employees of Crumbles Baking Co. as they criss-cross through a bar and gathering hall preparing for an awkward return. In the lead-up to Marty’s arrival, the main topic of conversation is re-living the horrific incident (complete with attempts to recall the tone of his screams), trying to determine exactly what happened and who was at fault. But the conversations become even weirder as the night goes on - disturbing confessions and conspiracy theories begin to leak out, putting everyone on edge and building to a wild finale sequence. Last year we featured Angle and Douglass with “Shirt Vile,” a fan tribute to musician Kurt Vile; the new one pivots toward elaborate narrative and delivers as an impressive feat of timing and choreography. -KA. Story, Directed, Edited, Produced: Drew Angle & Katelyn Douglass. Written by: The Cast. 1st AD: Audrey Polinski. Steadicam Operator: Dae Hyun Kim. Gaffer: Joseph Nilsen. Production Design: Emory Hall. Costume: Katie Friedman. Sound Editor / Re-Recording Mixer: Alex Smolinski. Characters Developed & Performed by Zoe Agapinan, Tina Arfaee, David Brown, Clint Cannon, Kaylyn Carter, Wyatt Fair, Isabella Gerasole, Charley Guptill, Jacob Harrelson, Chelsea Holmes, Wade Howard, Cat Huck, Jasmine Jordan, Dan Karambelas,Thomas Kelly, Chris Martin, Jack Morning-Newton, Ben Peterson, Rachel Smith, Evan Starkweather and Luke Taylor.
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