Featured in MONTAGNE! Click here to read an interview with Director Angeline Gragasin.
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Director Angeline Gragasin, as photographed by Lani Trock.
“The Animals is about working as a team to reach the goal without dropping the ball. It’s a lot like playing a team sport, except instead of a ball you have a camera!” - Gragasin in an interview on Portable.tv
See more of Lani Trock’s photography here.
“Visceral and strangely moving, absurdly beautiful, the best short film you will see all week (or month, or year).” - Portable.tv
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PROFILE: Production Designer Meredith Ries is currently pursuing her MFA at Yale in Scenic Design. Recent and upcoming projects include Titus Andronicus (Yale School of Drama, April 2012), Brainsongs (Yale Cabaret), Cymbeline (Yale School of Drama). Her New York credits include Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Prop Master, The Public Theater, NYC), The Sound and The Fury (Assistant Set Designer, Elevator Repair Service Theater).
PROFILE: DP Meredith Zielke’s production company, Standing Point Films, has been exhibiting The Jettisoned worldwide - they recently exhibited at 6018NORTH in Chicago. She is currently touring her documentary La Curación across South America with Cinema Social Club. She is also teaching social documentary at Marwen and audio documentary at Sullivan High School, and will soon be traveling to Cairo with On Look Films to complete production on a new documentary film on the 1400-year-old Muslim call to prayer. Meredith and Director Angeline Gragasin are currently developing WOMEN OF THE FUTURE, a new documentary series that celebrates innovative and charismatic women in underrepresented fields such as science, engineering, and entrepreneurship. (Photo © Yoni Goldstein.)
PROFILE: DVD Cover Designer (watch her in action) Melissa Mendavia is busy building a new life for herself far from the influence of technology. She spends most of her studio time between two loves: 1) binding artisan books in an old world fashion, and 2) carving custom rubber stamps, then rearranging them into a one-of-a-kind pattern on paper and fabric. She’s looking forward to breaking out new crafts with her newly-acquired silk screening kit.
PROFILE: Actor Kelly Royere is a senior at Marymount High School. She is an avid water polo player, photographer, vocalist, as well as a French foodie. She’ll be attending college in the fall as a Pre-Med.
Thank you to the kind folks at THE JUNIOR VARSITY for recommending our film! ♥