Now an episode of Apple+'s Amazing Stories, when rifts in time break families apart one man must figure out how to put them back together.
The Rift tells the story of a single mother and her son whose lives change forever after witnessing a WWII fighter pilot from 1941 crash land in present-day Kansas. They find themselves drawn into the work of Section 47, a secret government organization responsible for responding to Rifts that open in space and time.
Don Handfield is an American filmmaker, author, and producer. He co-founded the film production company The Combine with actor Jeremy Renner. He wrote and directed the 2012 film Touchback starring actors Kurt Russell and Brian Presley and produced The Founder, starring Michael Keaton, about the creation of McDonalds. Handfield wrote the season finale of Apple TV's Amazing Stories -- "The Rift" -- based on his graphic novel from Red 5 Comics. He is also the co-creator and Executive Producer of the History Channel scripted series Knightfall from A & E Studios.