Debra Granik

filmmaker, “Leave No Trace”

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Debra Granik on KCRW

The new movie ‘ Leave No Trace ’ tells the story of a father and daughter living contentedly and almost invisibly off-the-grid in Forest Park, the 5200-acre woods inside the city…

Director Debra Granik on ‘Leave No Trace’

The new movie ‘ Leave No Trace ’ tells the story of a father and daughter living contentedly and almost invisibly off-the-grid in Forest Park, the 5200-acre woods inside the city…

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Director Debra Granik thinks the American mainstream focuses too much on commercialism and celebrity culture. So she tells the stories of people living on the margins.

In 'Leave No Trace,' Social Services comes after a vet and his daughter living off the grid

Director Debra Granik thinks the American mainstream focuses too much on commercialism and celebrity culture. So she tells the stories of people living on the margins.

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Debra Granik

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