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I'm always fascinated by how other filmmakers raise money. This film is particularly intriguing because it looks like steampunk. But can anyone really tell what the story is about?

ROGUE POINT

CineWomen on Screen: A NYWIFT Series
April 27, 2010 6:30 PM
The New Filmmakers Anthology
32 2nd Avenue
New York, NY 10003
Guest curators: Alison McMahan and Ylana

This month, CineWomen on Screen: A NYWIFT Series salutes Asian Pacific Heritage Month with a selection of three short films that take a sharp look at cultural identity.

Serial Short Filmmaking

A Year Later

 

 

A year ago last week we lost a person who was a real light in our lives. Charlene Sun, a visual artist, did the graphic design for this website and many of the websites built by Homunculus Productions. In honor of the first anniversary of her death I wanted to spend a moment remembering who she was.

 

See my guest blog on Steampunk and the recent movie Sherlock Holmes, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, on Alicia Rasley's excellent blog on everything a writer needs to know.

War Stories about Making and Distributing A Calling Card Film

On November 23, 2009, Ylana Kellar and I curated a night of shorts for the
Cinewomen NY-NYWIFT screening series entitled Women in the Reel World: Sarcasm,
sycophancy, a dead aim, and other useful tools for coping with the everyday.  
You can read the original program announcement, or download the full program, here.

Women in the Reel World
Sarcasm, sycophancy, a dead aim,
and other useful tools for coping with the everyday

NYWIFT presents...CineWomen on Screen
November 23, 2009 6:30 PM at The New Filmmakers Anthology 32 2nd Avenue New York, NY 10003
Guest curators: Alison McMahan and Ylana

THE NEXT SHOW AND GROW SCREENING AT NYWIFT IS NOVEMBER 17th! Register Now!

 

The Continuing Adventures of Jessica Burstein and her short film comedy