Trammel

Directed by Christopher Jason Bell

Dale lives a solitary life in a small town, his only outlet being conversations with the local pharmacist Mohammad. As time passes, Dale slowly begins to reveal more of his life and history to him.


About the Director

Christopher Jason Bell

Christopher Jason Bell is a former critic and active filmmaker. His first feature THE WINDS THAT SCATTER premiered at Northside Festival and went on to play in Madrid, South Korea (winning Best International No-Budget Feature Film at the KIXFF), Cambodia, Chile, Argentina, and numerous places in the USA. You can now watch the film on Means TV. His latest short film, TRAMMEL, premiered in 2020 at the Maryland Film Festival and was selected to play at the Slamdance Film Festival and Ashland Independent Film Festival. He is also a co-op member for the new worker-owned streaming service Means TV.


Crew

Sound Design/Mixing | Miki and Yoni Menyamini

Producers | Jim Powers and John Stegemann

Costume Design | John Stegemann

Best Boy | Micah Khan

Writer/Director | Christopher Jason Bell

Editor | Marla Christiansen

Executive Producer | John W. Yost

Cinematography | Mitch Blummer

Cast | Dale Smith and Mohammad Dagman

 

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