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Boppin' at the Glue Factory


Caring is what we do. “Boppin’ at The Glue Factory” tells the story of a junkie nurse who runs the night shift at a convalescent home while attempting to score his favorite pharmaceutical drug. Inspired by jazz album covers, the main title sequence riffs off Conrad Roberts character, Tharin, as a once aspiring jazz musician and reflects the fractured, disassociated psychology of Henry Dittman’s junkie character, Eric.

Awards and Screenings

Winner of the "Best Feature" Award at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival.


Designer, Main Titles   Jeremy Troy »
Director   Jeff Orgill »
Client   Brooklyn Reptile Productions »

Updated September 2009