A gentle parody and loving homage to Chris Marker's classic 1962 short La Jetée, LA PUPPÉ is also a tale of loss, fate and man's reckless appetite for self-destruction—but with more jokes. Told in a series of starkly lit black-and-white still photographs, LA PUPPÉ features a surprisingly nuanced performance from Marty, the patriarch of the French New Wave Plush-Toy movement and the leading inanimate object working in film today.
Greenberg’s award-winning films have screened at numerous festivals, and have aired nationally on both IFC and PBS. He has written feature screenplays; directed national commercial spots; edited documentaries for Bill Moyers; was one of the founders of Lume, Inc., a special-effects software company; and co-wrote and co-directed the live-action segments of Riven: The Sequel to Myst, the worldwide top-selling CD-ROM game of 1997 and 1998. He graduated from Dartmouth College with high honors in film studies.
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