Gonella Productions

Gonella Productions

ANDREW'S LETTER

ANDREW'S LETTER

LANGUAGE: English

Genre: DRAMA, WORLD WAR II, PERIOD
Running Time: 13:40MIN
Year of production: 2019

SYNOPSIS

West Virginia, 1943: A young mother has no time to grieve as she attempts to keep violence from erupting on her farm the same day she receives tragic news of her son on the frontline.

PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION

Production Company: AIRLOCK PICTURES
Film exports/World sales: Gonella Productions

CAST

VIRGINIA NEWCOMB ……………….. REBECCA
K. STEELE ………………………………….. MARY
GRANT VIRTUE …………………….…. RICHARD
REGINALD BASKERVILLE ………...LAWRENCE
PAUL NICELY ……………………….. CPT. QUINT
ADDISON MILLER …………………. LT. HOOPER
CHRISTOPHER BENCOMO …………... MICHAEL
MARKELL WILLIAMS ………….. FARMHAND #1
PIERRE TOUSSAINT ………. …….FARMHAND #2
JOSIAH SCHRIEBER …………….. FARMHAND #3

MAIN CREDITS

Director: SIDARTH KANTAMNENI
Screenwriter: SIDARTH KANTAMNENI
Producer: MICHAEL CORRIGAN, BILLY TISANO
Director of Photography: DANIEL FRIEDBERG
Sound: LUCAS CLYDE
Editing: ADDISON MILLER
Sound Editing: ALISTAIR SIMS
Music Composer: EVAN HODGES

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Genre: DRAMA
Sub-genre: WORLD WAR II
Language: ENGLISH
Country of origin: USA
Year of production: 2019
Total running time: 13:40MIN
Shooting format: 35MM FILM
Color type: COLOR
Aspect ratio: 1.37:1
Sound format: STEREO

BIOGRAPHY OF THE DIRECTOR

Sidarth Kantamneni is a filmmaker residing in Atlanta, GA, USA. An avid photographer, he started his career as a cinematographer on short films and music videos in the vibrant independent film scene in Atlanta. From there he has gone on to shoot multiple independent and studio features as well as episodic television. In 2018, Kantamneni made a move towards directing with the film “Andrew’s Letter.” He wrote the World War II homefront drama while convalescing after jaw surgery at his parents’ home in Alabama in the midst of 2016 presidential campaign fervor. With longtime collaborator, Michael Corrigan, he founded the production company Airlock Pictures to produce films that explore alternative perspectives of the familiar and unfamiliar.