HUSH The Series Pilot

When Dr. Susan Rothburger discovers a controversial cure for cancer, her life begins to unravel. Set in the San Francisco Bay Area, HUSH The Series, Season 1 follows the personalities and events leading up to a court case to determine the ethical and legal use of a non-FDA tested cancer cure on human patients.

  • Marc Clebanoff
    Break (2008), The Pink Conspiracy (2007) and 20 Ft Below: The Darkness Descending (2014)., The Mourning
  • Joletta Hardman
  • Anita Naylor (aka Argent), Rosie Cruz
  • Kirk Baltz
    Key Cast
    " Benjamin Rush"
    Reservoir Dogs
  • jeffrey weissman
    Key Cast
    "Harry Bauman"
    Back To The Future II & III
  • Anita Argent
    Key Cast
    "Gloria Bauman"
    Love Twice, Table For Six
  • Rosie Cruz
    Key Cast
    " Grace Rush"
    California Tango
  • Sharon Rylander
    Key Cast
    "Dr. Susan Rothburger"
  • Joletta Hardman
    Key Cast
    "Jule Watson"
  • Martin Dingle Wall
    Key Cast
    "Will Kalig"
    Happy Hunting
  • Project Type:
    Web / New Media
  • Runtime:
    11 minutes 18 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    September 14, 2014
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Marc Clebanoff

Award winning director and screenwriter, Marc Clebanoff is a graduate of the USC film school. He began his career at 20th Century Fox, spent 2 years consulting on Quentin Tarantino’s "Hell Ride", then founded "Odyssey Motion Pictures" to produce and direct films starring well known actors such as Malcolm McDowel, Ron Pearlman, Michael Madsen, Mickey Rooney, Dominique Swain, Danny Trejo, David Carradine, etc. He is the founding chair of IndieCon and sits on the board of the Sacramento Film Festival.
Founder of Odyssey Motion Pictures, est. 2004

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Director Statement

I attached myself to Hush as director because I immediately became infatuated with the subject matter. The controversy this very poignant storyline engages in is not to be ignored and it’s clearly something everyone can relate to. Few people are unaffected by cancer, themselves or residually, and we live in a fortunate time where the cures are within sight, even if they may be just out of our reach. The question is do they need to be out of our reach. I hope that Hush motivates thought and discussion on this extremely poignant topic and I am proud to be a part of the team that produced it. - Marc Clebanoff