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Feeling cornered and frustrated in an unwanted role, a female hedge fund manager experiences an anxiety dream that quickly becomes a reality she must face in order to claim her seat at the table among her peers.

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Constance Tsang - Director

Constance Tsang is an American filmmaker living in New York. She is a graduate of New York University's Gallatin School, where she obtained a B.A. in Individualized Studies, concentrating in Film and Critical Theory. Her previous work includes “Third Party” (2017) and “First Snow” (2018). “October Lull,” her upcoming short, is in production. She is currently a screenwriting and directing MFA candidate at Columbia University, where she will also be Richard Peña's teaching assistant this fall 2018.

Mentor Cary Fukunaga

Cary Fukunaga - Mentor

Cary Fukunaga won an Emmy® Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series, “True Detective,”( 2014) and has served as mentor to Constance Tsang in the making of Carnivore.

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