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SYNOPSISAfter being caught on a cell phone camera passionately responding to a student’s ageist remark in class, long-standing professor and rights advocate Dr. Joan Corbett finds herself facing potential consequences. Defending herself to the department chair (a past student of hers) Diane against the school’s ombudsperson, Joan finds herself grappling between her resume of fighting for equality and knowledge, her pride, and a new world where priorities (and values) have changed.

RUNNING TIME17 minutes


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as "Dr. Joan Corbett"

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as "Dr. Diane Miller"

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as "Morgan"


as "Student"


Director: Julian Stamboulieh
Screenplay (adapted from the short play "Okay Boomer"): Ann Lambert

Producer: Beatrice Warner
Executive Producers: Ann Lambert, Laura Mitchell Julian Stamboulieh, Beatrice Warner

Director of Photography: Raphael Cohen-Demers
Production Designer: Stevie Smylie

Editor: Julian Stamboulieh

Composer: Joey Reda

Associate Producers: Alice Abracen, Raphael Cohen-Demers

Unit Production Manager: Beatrice Warner

Assistant Director: Jen Viens

Assistant Production Manager: Alice Abracen


1st Assistant Camera: Naomi Silver-Vézina

2nd Assistant Camera: Mackenzie Boyle

Gaffer / Grip: David Boot
Sound Recordist: Rob Denton
Hair & Make Up: Abril Closs

Assistant Art Director: Dina El Sabbagh

Set Dresser: Milo Birks


Sound Editor / Mixer: Matt R. Sherman

Colourist: Mathieu Marano (Cineground)

Background Performers: Tyler Mathews, Matthew John Mckeown, Ki'ra Jo-Ellen Prentice

Production Assistants: Mackenzie Boyle, David Flexer

Still Photographer: Emilia Hellman
Accountant: Agi Stamboulieh


Special Thanks: Justin Calandriello, Dawson College, Andrea Cole & Richard Strother, Angelique Cunningham Allard, Camille Emmanuelle Legault, Paul Carbonneau-Knowles, Nguyen-Anh Nguyen, Andreas Mendritzki, Marianne Vargas, Mathieu Marano, “& the entire cineground family”

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