Billy learns how “wonderful” the world would be if everyone were the same in this satirical re-creation of a 1950’s educational film. Though set in a time of conservative viewpoints and narrow-minded beliefs, the film raises a timely question: When it comes to the acceptance of other people, have we progressed as much as we think we have today?
Length: 10 minutes
Premiere: New York
Jamie Donahue’s acting credits include the feature films Whipped, The Dead Hate The Living, the award-winning Stop It, You’re Killing Me! and Faye Dunaway’s short The Yellow Bird. Behind the camera, Donahue has worked in every crew position from P.A. to first A.D, often as a sound technician for ABC News and Extra! In Spring 2004, Donahue was awarded a grant from Power Up for Billy’s Dad is a Fudge-Packer.