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The pandemic forces a little girl to grow up too quickly, only to reclaim her childhood as a cure is found.

Born in New Jersey, Becky Rolnick-Fox earned her MFA in film production from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, where her thesis film tackled race and poverty through the lens of two young girls. She spent many years working in educational and children’s programming at WGBH (PBS Boston). Becky is currently in post-production on a documentary she produced and directed about an Iraqi girl severely disfigured by a roadside bomb, brought to America for life-changing surgery by people who eventually fought to adopt her. Becky now lives in the Midwest, where she teaches screenwriting, producing and directing. more...

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