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DIRECTOR: Neal Broffman
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DIRECTOR: Neal Broffman
PRODUCER: Heather O’Neill
EDITOR: Neal Broffman
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Neal Broffman

A fragile and depressed university student disappears from his apartment on a cold winter’s night. Four weeks later he is implicated in social media and the mainstream media as “Suspect #2” in the Boston Marathon bombings. The search for truth derails with tragic consequences as collective fear and suspicion rain down upon a vulnerable family. Exclusive access and never released footage reveal the enduring love of a family in crisis. 

Neal Broffman grew up in his father’s darkroom where he was mesmerized by the powerful and iconic images of the American Civil Rights Movement his father had taken. Those early influences inform his work to this day. He solidified his credentials as a journalist working at CNN International for a decade. Working with One Production Place since its founding in 2001, Broffman’s work has received many awards. Hot Spots received a 2012 southeast Emmy nomination for Best Documentary.