Low and Behold

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Based on real events, Low and Behold tells the story of Turner Stull, a young insurance claims adjuster in post-Katrina New Orleans who risks his job to help a local man, Nixon, find his lost dog.  As this unlikely pair traverses the city, Turner comes to discover that some damage is immeasurable.  Filmed on location in New Orleans only months after Hurricane Katrina, Low and Behold blurs the line between reality and fiction, creating a mosaic of images, faces, and voices that together make for a unique cinematic experience.

Eddie Rouse and Barlow Jacobs in Low and Behold

Low and Behold premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007, and subsequently won awards at film festivals around the US, including Best Film at the New Orleans Film Festival, Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, Bend Film Festival, On Location: Memphis, and Rome International Film Festival (in Rome, Georgia).  Godshall also won Best Director at the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, and actor Eddie Rouse won Best Supporting Actor at the Bend Film Festival.

Directed by Zack Godshall
Written by Barlow Jacobs & Zack Godshall
Produced by Barlow Jacobs, Sarah Hendler & Colby Johnson
Starring Barlow Jacobs, Eddie Rouse & Robert Longstreet
Cinematography by Daryn Deluco
Edited by Travis Sittard
Music by Michael Blum, Alfredo Nogeira & Mason Neely
Sound by Trey Ledford

USA, 89 minutes.  ©2007 Blindwall Pictures

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