Directors Josh Apter and Peter Olsen shot their indie feature “Kaaterskill Falls” over the course of thirteen days with only a 2 person crew and a completely improvised script, and this is what they ended up with:
A young urban couple’s marriage crumbles when, on a weekend vacation in the Catskills, they pick up and befriend a mysterious hitchhiker. “Kaaterskill Falls,” a character-driven thriller, shows to what extremes ordinary people will go when pushed to the edge.
The award-winning film was fostered by the IFP North/Minnesota Independent Film Fund’s $25,000 development grant. Screenings are cropping up regularly, so be sure to check out the official “Falls” site for upcoming shows and the story-behind-the-story in the Background area.
Posted on June 12, 2002 in News by Film Threat Staff
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