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Short Films- Competitive
United States, 2016, 19 min., Color, English
BLOCK 7 An elderly successful writer struggles to reveal his dark and troubled past while suffering from Alzheimer's. HBO Best Short Film winner Twin Cities Black Film Festival; Best Socially-Conscious film Urban Mediamakers Film Festival; Best Short Drama Culver City Film Festival; Best Short Film Greenwich Village Film Festival; Official selection Irvine International Film Festival; Official Selection Central Michigan International Film Festival; Official Selection Elgin Short Film Festival; Official Selection Bonita Springs International Film Festival; Official Selection Way Down Film Festival
A. Plancher
A. Plancher
Moise Innocent Jr., A. Plancher, Kristy L. Jimenez
Andrew J. Fox, Madison Mae, Chosen Jacobs

Director Bio
Al'Ikens Plancher was born in Orange, NJ., and raised in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. He attended high school at the age of 12 and enrolled at the University of Florida at 16 where he earned a bachelor degree in Linguistics with a minor in Business Administration, and Educational Studies. Since the early age of eight, he dreamed of becoming a successful filmmaker - creating various stories by using anything from fridge magnets to paper clips as characters. In 2012, he transformed his dream into a goal. Plancher currently resides in Los Angeles pursuing his lifetime goal.