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American Made

Edwards and Perez are book-binders at a U.S. correctional facility. As Edwards tries to convince Perez to join him on a strike against extremely low wages, Perez is faced with the dilemma of delivering the news to his distraught mate that he has been offered a promising position. New revelations are made as they talk about the injustices of the prison system that perpetuate modern day slavery.

  • Tiffany Nichole Greene
  • Christin Eve Cato
  • DominiRican Productions
  • Just BeiN' Productions
  • Jared Dixon
    Key Cast
  • Pierre Jean Gonzalez
    Key Cast
  • Mike Mihm
    Key Cast
  • Cedric Leiba Jr
    Production Manager
  • Steven Luna
    Director of Photography
  • Nicole Maupin
    Production Sound Recorder
  • Bryan Natalio
    Sound Engineer
  • Steven Luna
  • Pierre Jean Gonzalez
  • Stephanie Anzalone
    Art Director
  • Norlan Olivio
    Assistant Camera
  • Darius Vines
    Production Assistant
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    12 minutes 58 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 1, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Tiffany Nichole Greene

Tiffany Nichole Greene (Director) is a freelance director and Resident Director of Hamilton. She is a leader, a creator, and an aggressive explorer of the human condition as it relates to relationships and the injustices of this world.
Tiffany is an alum of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and Soho Rep Directors Lab. Her work has also been a New York Times Critics Pick. Tiffany has directed at theatres such as Goodman Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Octopus Theatricals, Portland Center Stage, Guthrie Theater, Dallas Theater Center, Alley, Theatre, Trinity Repertory Company, and Barrington Stage. She holds an MFA from Brown University/Trinity Rep and is a proud member of SDC.

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Director Statement

“We must the injustices we continue to witness in our prison systems. I’m so honored to be able to shine some light on this through our work on this project. Free labor is slavery. “Cheap” labor betrays the spirit of our Emancipation Proclamation. While I continue to be appalled by the ways we treat prisoners, to me this is ultimately about exposing American Capitalism for what it is. Our economic system continues to be at odds with our Civil rights, making the rich richer and building on the backs of free and/or “cheap” labor.”