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Gatsby in Connecticut is Now Available in the US & Canada

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My first full length documentary is now available and the reviews are in:

“Spontaneous Creative Inventiveness” The New Yorker

“Charming” Fortune Magazine

“Gatsby fans rejoice!” Film Threat

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Gatsby in Connecticut Gets Four Festival Dates (so far)

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Gatsby in Connecticut: The Untold Story 2020 Launch

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Gatsby in Connecticut: The Untold Story

Inspired by a 1996 New Yorker article by the esteemed Westport writer, Barbra Probst Solomon, who first connected the Gatsby dots to Westport, Deej Webb and myself picked up Barbara’s baton because her piece was ignored by the Fitzgerald scholars. Besides writing numerous books and essays, Barbara had also started a literary magazine with her good friends Saul Bellow and Norman Mailer, and yet nobody bit on her thesis.

Sam Waterston played Nick Carraway in the '74 Gatsby, and he plays a person interested in literary history in our film: Boats Against the Current.

Sam Waterston played Nick Carraway in the ’74 Gatsby, and he plays a person interested in literary history in my film: Gatsby in Connecticut: The Untold Story

We interviewed more than a dozen scholars, dug into the archives at Princeton, made a presentation at a Fitzgerald Society Conference in Montgomery, Alabama. We even journeyed up to Burlington Vermont when it hit 18 degrees below zero to film one of Fitzgerald’s granddaughters, who incidentally, rarely speaks to anyone

What we uncovered was not only surprising, it made us realize that the Westport Fitzgerald home was much more than just about Gatsby, which let’s face it, should suffice for any literary buff (come to the event to learn more).

But the narrative isn’t just about what happened here in 1920, it’s about what’s … Read the rest