Streak (film)

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Streak poster.jpg
Directed byDemi Moore
Produced byLeslie Russo
Bill Wackermann
Written byKelly Fremon
Allan Loeb
Story byKelly Fremon
StarringBrittany Snow
Rumer Willis
Sarah Wright
Madeline Zima
Music byJonathan Darling
CinematographyDarren Lew
Running time
16 minutes
CountryUnited States

Streak is a 2008 American coming-of-age short film directed by Demi Moore, written by Kelly Fremon and Allan Loeb, and starring Brittany Snow and Rumer Willis. The film was actress Demi Moore's first film as a director;[1] the plot focuses on a young woman stuck in a life she no longer wants with gym-rat friends and obsessive behavior. To break free, she reaches for fun in an interesting form of expression.

Family connection[edit]

Director Demi Moore's then 20-year-old daughter Rumer Willis starred in the film. Of directing her daughter, Moore said, "The great thing is I’m seeing her mature and operate as a complete professional, and it’s giving us, I think, another opportunity to connect in a totally different way."[2]


  1. ^ The Film Talk, 'Streak' – Demi Moore’s Short Film at the Nashville Film Fest.
  2. ^ Pop Crunch, Demi Moore Rumer Willis "Streak" Short Film.

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