October 7, 2013

MIT Technology Review recently reviewed The Perfect 46, a feature film written and directed by UCF alum Brett Bonowicz. Read the review online.

Bonowicz screened the film at the Consumer Genetics Conference in Boston on September 25. The story centers around a genome-analysis company that has developed an algorithm to determine the likelihood of prospective parents having a child with genetic disease.

Bonowicz graduated from UCF in 2007. His previous microbudget film Waterhole Cove screened at festivals around the country, winning first place at the Los Angeles Arthouse Film Festival. Waterhole Cove was shot on location in Maryland with a cast and crew of UCF alumni and an estimated budget of $18,000.

Find out more about his new film at theperfect46.com.