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Zach Weintraub

County: Thurston County




Fellowship Awards 2014
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Zach Weintraub studied film production at New York University before moving back to the Pacific NW to write and direct his first feature-length film, Bummer Summer, and to co-found Newhard Entertainment alongside frequent collaborator Nandan Rao. He wrote and directed his second film, The International Sign for Choking, in Buenos Aires and his third film, You Make Me So Young, in Olympia. In his spare time he enjoys performing data entry.

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