Sean Baker

film and TV director

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“The Florida Project” takes place in a low-rent motel near Disney World. It follows the wild antics of a 6 year old and her friends who live there.

‘The Florida Project:’ Indie film with the feel of a documentary

“The Florida Project” takes place in a low-rent motel near Disney World. It follows the wild antics of a 6 year old and her friends who live there.

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The new movie  The Florida Project  follows a six-year-old girl named Moonee over the course of one summer in a gritty community just outside the gates of Disney World.

Director Sean Baker on 'The Florida Project'

The new movie The Florida Project  follows a six-year-old girl named Moonee over the course of one summer in a gritty community just outside the gates of Disney World.

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