|The Boat Builder|
|Directed by||Arnold Grossman|
|Produced by||Richard J. Bosner|
|Written by||Arnold Grossman|
|Based on||The Boat Builder|
by Arnold Grossman
|Music by||Giona Ostinelli|
|Edited by||Robert Schafer|
Blue Creek Pictures
The Boat Builder is a 2015 American independent drama film starring Christopher Lloyd and Jane Kaczmarek. It is the directorial debut of Arnold Grossman. It is based on a novel by Grossman.
This article needs a plot summary. (December 2017)
- Christopher Lloyd as Abner
- Jane Kaczmarek as Katherine
- David Lascher as Charles
- Jeffrey Weissman as Bud
- Rachel Resheff as Ruth
- Derek Stefan as Officer Grigsby
- Joseph John Schirle as Duffy
- Heather Mathieson as Jean
- Apeksha Pradhan as Insurance Agent
- Tekola Cornetet as Rick
The film made its worldwide premiere at the 30th Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival on November 6, 2015.
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