Shuffle

Available on Blu-ray, DVD, and Amazon Prime

Blu-ray (Color version only):
Amazon US | Barnes & Noble

DVD:
Amazon US | Amazon CanadaBarnes & Noble

The DVD contains both the Black & White Director’s Cut and the Color version of the film, plus 50-min of bonus features, including a 30-min behind-the-scenes documentary edited by Kurt Kuenne.

Digital:
Amazon Prime (Color) | Indieflix (B&W)

Purchase the Soundtrack:
CD Baby (physical CD or digital tracks)
iTunes | Amazon | Google Play

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Poster by Odessa Sawyer


Winner of 11 awards including the 2013 Frank Capra Award

“SHUFFLE is a movie to be EXPERIENCED, not told about, and Kuenne’s efforts in developing the characters throughout the film is some of the best work I’ve experienced, with careful attention to detail, and assisted by some excellent performances.” – Geeks of Doom

“Kurt Kuenne perfectly captures on film so much genuine emotion it’s almost overwhelming to watch at times.  Every emotional sensation you could possibly encounter runs through your body as you take it in.” – Examiner.com 

“SHUFFLE is the kind of movie that demands two viewings, the first to be awed by the show and the second to see how the sleight of hand came together…a near perfect orchestration.” – Off to the Films

Synopsis

Shuffle is the tale of a man who begins experiencing his life out of order;  every day he wakes up at a different age, on a different day of his life, never knowing where or when he’s going to be once he falls asleep.  He’s terrified and wants it to stop – until he notices a pattern in his experience, and works to uncover why this is happening to him – and what or who is behind it.

Part Twilight Zone-style mystery, part Frank Capra fantasy, Shuffle stars TJ Thyne, co-star of the hit TV show Bones and Kurt Kuenne’s short film Validation.  The film’s voluminous prosthetic old age make-up is by Barney Burman, winner of the 2010 Academy Award® for Best Make-up for Star Trek.

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Festivals and Awards

  • Winner, 2013 Frank Capra Award
  • Hollywood Film Festival – Opening Night
  • Heartland Film Festival – Closing Night Film
  • St. Louis International Film Festival – Closing Night Film
  • Santa Barbara International Film Festival
  • Sedona International Film Festival – Winner, Audience Award
  • Cinequest Film Festival – Winner, New Visions Award
  • Omaha Film Festival
  • Garden State Film Festival – Winner, Best Picture
  • Cleveland International Film Festival – Winner, Director’s Spotlight Award
  • Atlanta Film Festival
  • Phoenix Film Festival – Winner, Best Picture & Best Director
  • Vail Film Festival
  • Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Film – Winner, Special Jury Award
  • Newport Beach Film Festival
  • Phoenix Comicon – Opening Night Film
  • Santa Cruz Film Festival – Winner, Audience Award
  • Stony Brook Film Festival – Winner, Best Picture
  • Gold Coast International Film Festival – Closing Night Film
  • Orlando Film Festival
  • Arthouse Film Festival/Filmmakers Symposium
  • Icon International Film Festival (Tel Aviv, Israel)
  • Rehoboth Beach International Film Festival
  • Transatlantyk Film Festival, Poznan, Poland
  • SFF-Rated Athens, Int’l Sci-Fi & Fantasy Festival of Athens, Greece – Winner, Audience Award

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