SINGLE is a relatable, anti-romantic comedy that delivers an entertaining and insightful examination of human connection that also challenges preconceived notions of life with a disability. Kim, born with one arm, gets set-up on a blind date with Jake who has discovers has one hand...and she is pissed!
I love this film. Funny and cynical, Kim shows us what it’s like to date with a physical disability. She’s got so much attitude and spunk and I want her to be my best friend. SINGLE will make you laugh, but more importantly, make you consider what it’s like to be viewed as your disability before your character. — Jillian C (Programmer)
Born in California and raised in Nebraska, Ashley Eakin is a writer-director based out of Los Angeles with a physical disability. This year she was 1 of 8 women selected for the AFI Directing Workshop for Women and her project SINGLE produced in the program, premiered at SXSW in March 2020.
Director: Ashley Eakin
Producer: Connie Jo Sechrist
Writer: Ashley Eakin
Cinematographer: Sam Chatterjee
Production Designer: Yuan Wang
Editor: Charles Carter
Sound Designers: John Challinor III, Mehrnaz Mohabati
Music: Jared Newton
Cast: Delaney Feener, Jordan Wiseley
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