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I’ve posted new photography work on my website/Photography Tumblr. Here’s a shot from the collection.
Check them all out @ : www.JasonStefaniak.com > Photography
The logline for my feature script Your First, My Last will be included in this year’s Tisch Screenplay Bank, the purpose of which is the highlight NYU projects for prospective producers, financiers, and talent.
More info here: http://students.tisch.nyu.edu/object/car_screenplaybank.html
"The Choi Family" was recently a finalist for admittance to the Nashville Film Festival. In the end it wasn’t accepted, but it’s rare to be told your film is a finalist for consideration (usually you just get a rejection notice) and it was great to know my film was valued enough that it was considered until the very last second.
On to the next festival!
"The Garden" screened in a number of classrooms at an Upstate New York school over the past two weeks. The film was used as a complement to a story the students were reading about an urban garden and was used to enhance the lesson. The teachers and students responded very positively to the film.
Here’s one reaction to the film:
"Thanks for sharing your brilliance! The impact on the kids is huge! You brought to life something that is often times too obscure for some of them to grasp."
Thanks, Kristan Rojas, for bringing my film to the school’s attention!
My film The Garden will be screening at the United Nations on Monday, April 16th at 6:30pm.
If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP to Alexis Kende at email@example.com by April 13th. Admission is free. Attire is business casual. All are welcome!
"The Soundman’s Love," a short film I co-wrote with and produced for Toshi Saito, was accepted to the Short Shorts Film Festival in Japan. Congrats, Toshi!