Leave No Trace

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Showings

St. Anthony Main Theatre 3Fri, Apr 20 7:05 PM RUSH ONLY
 
Ticket Prices
General Public:$14.00
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Youth (25 & Under):$8.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:Special Presentations
Women & Film
Tags:Adventure
Culture & Society
Family Drama
Women Directors
Adaptation
Voice Category:Expanded Horizons
Release Year:2018
Runtime:108 min
Country/Region:USA
Language:English
Print Source:Bleecker Street
Cast/Crew
Director:Debra Granik
Co-Director:Debra Granik
Producer:Anne Harrison
Linda Reisman
Anne Rosellini
Cinematographer:Michael McDonough
Screenwriter:Debra Granik
Anne Rossellini
Editor:Jane Rizzo
Composer:Dickon Hinchliffe
Principal Cast:Ben Foster
Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie
Jeff Kober
Dale Dickey
Dana Millican
Filmography:Down to the Bone ('04)
Winter's Bone ('10)
Stary Dog ('14)

Description

Special Guest Debra Granik Attending

From director Debra Granik, whose film Winter’s Bone (’10) earned four Oscar® nominations, Leave No Trace brings to life the story of a young girl, Tom (newcomer Thomasin Mckenzie) and her war-vet father, Will (Ben Foster). The two live off the grid, led by Will’s PTSD, which has rendered him incapable of rejoining civilian life. Instead they spend their days in the wilderness, practicing survivalist skills and keeping away from the crowds.

While a loving and intelligent daughter, Tom has become increasingly aware of the life she is missing out on. In contrast, Will operates in a state of near panic, unable to break from a condition that is out of his control. Nonetheless, the foundation of the relationship between father and daughter is one of unconditional love, and Leave No Trace finds its strength within the familial ties that refuse to break.  

Director Biography

Born in 1963, Debra Granik is an American writer, producer and director who has been creating work since 1997, her first short film Snake Feed garnering the title for Best Short at the Sundance Film Festival. She is also known for her four-time Academy Award nominated film Winter’s Bone (’10).

 


Press

"An absorbing, delicately directed and acted father-daughter drama." - Hollywood Reporter

 


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