Jennifer Tuttle film accepted to Canadian film festival

89 Second Productions, a production company co-founded by Jennifer Tuttle, Theatre Arts, had a short documentary film, The Collector, directed by Ryan Kipp, accepted to the Canadian Film Centre’s World Wide Short Film Festival. As a co-producer, Jennifer will be traveling to Toronto the first week of June for the screening and promotion of the film at the Festival. While there, she will also be participating in master classes, such as “Director-Actor Relationships,” and “The Poetics of Transmedia Storytelling” throughout the week.

Jennifer Tuttle film accepted to Canadian film festival

89 Second Productions, a production company co-founded by Jennifer Tuttle, Theatre Arts, had a short documentary film, The Collector, directed by Ryan Kipp, accepted to the Canadian Film Centre’s World Wide Short Film Festival. As a co-producer, Jennifer will be traveling to Toronto the first week of June for the screening and promotion of the film at the Festival. While there, she will also be participating in master classes, such as “Director-Actor Relationships,” and “The Poetics of Transmedia Storytelling” throughout the week.

Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson’s Sveit to exhibit at Wisconsin film festival

Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson’s experimental documentary, Sveit, will be exhibited at the 2010 Wisconsin Film Festival. Sveit will screen at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 17 at Madison’s Play Circle Theatre. A geneography of memory and place, Sveit was shot in a rural village on the north coast of Iceland. The filmmaker traces her family’s history and emigration from Iceland to the United States, while unpacking memories and stories of her grandfather’s experience as a New American in North Dakota. Click headline to read more.