One of Toronto’s most acclaimed young directors, Kazik Radwanski takes another leap forward with his third and most accomplished feature to date. ANNE AT 13,000 FT also serves as a stunning showcase for the abilities of his lead performer Deragh Campbell. She plays the title character, a socially awkward daycare worker whose emotional swings from elation to desperation cause havoc in her personal and professional lives. Making a rare appearance in a movie he didn’t direct, Matt Johnson (OPERATION AVALANCHE, KCFF17) gives a remarkable performance as a man who doesn’t know what he’s in for after he meets Anne, a character who proves to be as volatile as she is unforgettable.
Kazik Radwanski is a Canadian film director and screenwriter. He is known for making low budget independent films, including Tower, How Heavy This Hammer, and Anne at 13,000 Ft. His early short films have been cited as part of the New Canadian Cinema movement.