Chad Hartigan

director of “Little Fish”

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In the new sci-fi film “Little Fish,” the world is battling a devastating pandemic. But the film was written and filmed before COVID-19 came to the United States.

‘Little Fish’ is a pandemic love story filmed long before COVID

In the new sci-fi film “Little Fish,” the world is battling a devastating pandemic. But the film was written and filmed before COVID-19 came to the United States.

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