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Matt Farnsworth (born August 16, 1978) is an American actor, director, producer, writer, and editor. He is the creator of the slasher film The Orphan Killer. Farnsworth also appeared on national television shows 7th Heaven, Any Day Now, and JAG. Farnsworth has a background in film editing previously working with Robert Brown. In a 2012 interview with Starburst magazine, Farnsworth stated that Brown taught him about film editing while working on Farnsworth’s film IOWA. Farnsworth film style has been compared to that of David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino.
Born in Chicago. In his youth he lived in many different US states before settling in Seattle, WA. He attended over 13 different schools at the time he graduated from High School. After a brief stay in a Seattle college he moved to Los Angeles.
Farnsworth has directed and produced 3 films and acted in multiple national television shows.
His first feature film was IOWA. Farnsworth starred in the film and it appeared at Tribeca film festival. The film also won the “Best Picture” award at the Midwest independent film festival. The film went on to be released in theaters and was sold worldwide. IOWA stars Diane Foster, Rossana Arquette, John Savage, and Michael T. Weiss. IOWA premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 22, 2005. The film received some negative reviews. Rotten Tomatoes reports 15% of surveyed critics liked it, with a 3.9/10 rating average out of 13 reviews. Metacritic gave it a score of 35/100, indicating “generally unfavorable reviews”. ‘Monsters and Critics said “This story and the characters in it are as real as the day is long and faithful to all that is good and bad about growing up with ever shrinking horizons.”,Slant Magazine called the film “stupendously slipshod” and “meandering, amateurish sleaze”, while The New York Times criticized the lack of subtlety. In a more positive review, The Village Voice praised the film’s energy and acting.