|Directed by||Aaron King|
|Produced by||Yoshi Tsuji|
|Written by||Rachel Morrison
|Music by||Kristin Øhrn Dyrud|
|Edited by||MIchael Darrow|
|Distributed by||American Film Institute|
|Release date(s)||February 4, 2007|
|Running time||25 minutes|
The film began touring the festival circuit in 2007, premiering at the 22nd Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival. It has won several awards including a Grand Jury Prize for Student Shorts at the AFI Dallas International Film Festival, Best Short Film and Best Actress at BendFilm Festival, and Best Screenplay at the Hollyshorts Film Festival. After completing its festival run, Maddie was distributed by Reframe  and Amazon  for DVD and digital purchase.
The film's official website provides the following description: In the wake of tragedy, 14 year old Maddie Clifford employs sex, insulin syringes, and an ill-fated rabbit in her disquietingly poignant search for salvation.
The synopsis highlights an aspect of the film's plot which revolves around the so-called rabbit test, a disturbing practice employed to detect pregnancy used in the early twentieth century.
- Redemption Maddie at the Internet Movie Database
- AFI Dallas 2007 Award Reception
- Redemption Maddie Official Website
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