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BERGMENSCH


Short Film by:
JORDAN TETEWSKY & JOSHUA PIKOVSKY


On the night of a Sabbath dinner a young man takes a remarkable walk through the woods. Watch rising star Betsey Brown alongside former TQR contributor Hunter Zimny in this inventive, genre-defying short film. Bergmensch is the second project released from film-duo Jordan Tetewsky and Joshua Pikovsky, following their debut short, Bolue Vience, which premiered on No Budge in August and was co-written by the pair.

"Bergmensch rekindled for me memories of many a cozy family gathering. It also, while devoid of any genre trappings, felt like perhaps the most efficient and punchy little horror movie I'd ever seen... And now I am questioning whether family has been a nightmare all along."     
--Andrew Bujalski, Director/Writer of Funny Ha Ha 

Writer, Directors, Editors: Jordan Tetewsky and Joshua Pikovsky. Producers: Albee Delia, Mika Lungulov-Klotz, Galen Core. Cinematography: Max Bayarsky. Production Designer: Charlie Chaspooley Robinson. ACs: Alex Huggins, Grace Pendleton, John Clouse, Tara Forman. Gaffers: Conner Schuurmans, Alex Lu, Vuk Lungulov. Composer: Brendan Rooney. Casting: Jenny McCabe, Michele Mansoor. Cast: Betsey Brown, Hunter Zimny, Karen Burd, Peter Cole, Norman Stein, Mary Hronicek, Paul Kandarian, Irving Kohn, and Avram Tetewsky.



Bio:

Jordan Tetewsky and Joshua Pikovsky are a filmmaking duo. Their works explore immeasurable pain and incomprehensible agony, the anguish of the human condition, and the tragedy of man.



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