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Andrea K. Elovson

Writer and filmmaker Andrea Elovson graduated as an English major from UCLA before earning an M.F.A. in filmmaking in 1997. Elovson began her career working at IBM, where she produced an interactive learning disk She also did some work as a freelance photographer. Elovson finally settled in Philadelphia, where she works as a freelance editor and producer, her work includes a half-hour documentary examining domestic violence and the family court system. Elovson has also written various books and articles for parents and children including The Kindergarten Survival Handbook. (08/09)

Breaking the Rule of Thumb
A film by Andrea K. Elovson, 1997, 35 min., Color

Combining powerful interviews with documentary footage, this timely and compelling film takes a comprehensive look at the issues still confronting bat...

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