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Finding Manny



The chance discovery of an online article sends a Holocaust survivor on an unexpected trip to visit the orphanage where he was rescued to after the war.
Manny Drukier narrowly escaped the war by jumping from a “death train” at age 16, finding refuge at a unique home for orphans and displaced children. 71 years later, Manny—who lives in Toronto—is tracked down by a German researcher who has dedicated a decade of her life to locating the surviving children from the home. She invites Manny to return to the orphanage, which has since become a grade school, to share his story with the next generation. Manny must now revisit the places of his darkest memories, to reconcile the past and educate the future.

During this season of my life I must say this project is one of the things I have participated in, of which I am most proud.” Stephen Baldwin

"I loved it from the first few minutes of the film". Ivan Wiener Founder Albuquerque Film & Music Experience

"One of my best for fests" Bruno Chatelin co founder



Finding Manny opened The Indigo Moon Film Festival (Fayetteville October 9 – 15, 2020)

Brandon Plotnick  hosted a Q&Afor the Indigo Moon Film Festival audience with the Finding Manny Team Kacey Cox (writer producer) Cindy Drukier and Jan Jekielek (producers)

IMFF is dedicated to celebrating the art of storytelling through film before a diverse audience. The festival will take place October 9 – 15, 2020

Of course COVID 19 has changed everything as well as our festival. Join us for our virtual festival!

Experience all the Festival has to offer!:
~Opening Night Film and Reception.
~Filmmaker meet-ups, wine-tastings and more!
~All Venues in walkable downtown Fayetteville.

~Filmmakers accepted into the festival enjoy FREE Lodging!
(and a ton of other freebies!)




Audience Award Winners for IMFF 2020. Congratulations to everyone who entered or watched this great collection of films!

Military Heritage Award: Operation Overlord: The OSS and the Battle for France
Doc Feature: The Lure of this Land
Doc Short: Collectors Vol 1.
Narrative Feature: Beyond Methuselah
Narrative Short: Stable
Student: Magic Camera
Animation: The Quiet

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