"[Wildlike is] the story of Mackenzie, a troubled but daring teenage girl sent by her struggling mnother to live with her uncle in Juneau, Alaska. At first he is a supportive caretaker and friend, but the relationship is not what it seems and Mackenzie must run away. Trying to make her way back to Seattle to find her absent mother, Mackenzie only winds up deeper in the Alaskan interior. With no one else to turn to, she shadows a lonely backpacker, Bartlett, an unlikely father figure with scars of his own."
WILDLIKE makes its world premiere this weekend at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Tune in to hear the film's writer and director Frank Hall Green talk about what prompted him to tell this story, and the healing power of nature. Plus, Frank talks about one of his earlier films Shooting Script, a documentary about his experience getting shot in the stomach in New York City.
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