Cast & Crew
Gene Jones is an American actor, best known for his roles in No Country for Old Men (2007) and The Sacrament (2013), for this role was nominated for a Fangoria Chainsaw Award as Best Supporting Actor.
Joan Porter is an actress, known for The Front (1976), Law and Disorder (1974) and The Sweet Life (2003).
Danny Monico is a New York-based filmmaker, producer, & editor. With a keen eye for narrative and documentary work, Danny has produced films for TED in various countries around the world to capture the world’s most important innovators, inventors and researchers of today.
LUKE PARKER BOWLES | SEAN WELSKI | JASMINE WANG
VANNA PILGRIM | TONY NAUMOVSKI
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
EDITOR DANNY MONICO | SCRIPT SUPERVISOR VANNA PILGRIM | CASTING DIRECTOR TONY NAUMOVSKI
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SEAN WELSKI | GAFFER TED MARONEY | BOOM OPERATOR JORDAN MOSER
PRODUCTION COORDINATOR CHAI DINGARI | KEY GRIP DANNY STAGG | PRODUCTION ASSISTANT DEREK WELSKI
LOCATION SCOUT CHRIS TATAR | PRODUCTION DESIGN JOAN MONICO | ON SET PHOTOGRAPHER CIENNA WILLS
MAKEUP KATHERINE REEL | SOUND DESIGN & MIX JORDAN MOSER | COLOR BRANDON ROOTS
MUSIC KRIS BOWERS, JIMI ZHIVAGO
'Broken Wing' takes a honest look at the struggle a disease can have on not just the person diagnosed, but on the caretaker as well. For Alice, she must decide if she has the courage to officially move Patrick, her husband into a facility where he can receive the proper care that he needs, or to keep him home, where the situation has spiraled out of control.
This film resonates on a personal level after seeing the affects dementia had on my family. It's a 7 minute snippet into just a few of the struggles people face every day with this disease.
'Broken Wing' shows that even though a life altering disease can have a devastating impact on a marriage, the deep connection that lies underneath Alice and Patrick will always be there.
Behind the Scenes
The love line between a husband and wife is tested when Alice must decide whether to leave Patrick in the care of professionals, or take him home so they can spend their final days together.
7 minutes, USA, 2017