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TRIBECA N.O.W. SPECIAL SCREENINGS

OUT OF THIS WORLD: FEMALE FILMMAKERS IN GENRE

TRIBECA N.O.W. SPECIAL SCREENINGS 54 Minutes
FILM GUIDE OUT OF THIS WORLD: FEMALE FILMMAKERS IN GENRE
Join us for an evening of three diverse works from female filmmakers working online in the genre sphere. From post-apocalyptic love and telekinetic mother/daughter relations to an unseen predator in a mining town, these stories from up-and-coming online studios DUST, Stage 13 and Adaptive Studios, artfully skew everyday travails into the bizarre and visually fantastic.

After the Screening: The screening will be followed by a moderated conversation with filmmakers Nicole Delaney, Vera Miao and Arkasha Stevenson.

Program include:
Pineapple
Two Sentence Horror Stories: Ma
YOYO
Panelists

Nicole Delaney

Nicole is a Los Angeles-based writer, director and producer with a strong passion for unique storytelling in film and television. She attended NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study where she created her own major, The Art of Storytelling, a combination of Art History, Film, and Medieval Renaissance Studies. She is also a graduate of Columbia University's MFA Film program where she focused primarily on writing and producing. Her thesis films went on to win several awards at festivals around the world. Her dedication to support and develop high quality content continued as she worked for Marta Kauffman at Okay Goodnight, Drew Barrymore and Nancy Juvonen at Flower films, John Melfi and Michael Patrick King on Sex and the City, and Mark Waters and Jessica Tuchinsky at Paramount Pictures. Nicole Delaney was most recently a writer on TBS’s Search Party. She is currently developing the sci-fi animated series Are You My Boyfriend? at TBS with Dan Harmon producing, Lesley Arfin co-writing and Elizabeth Olsen starring.

Vera Miao

Vera Miao is a child of Chinese immigrants and the writer/director/EP of Two Sentence Horror Stories. Her feature, Best Friends Forever, premiered at Slamdance. At First was part of the Film Independent Screenwriting Lab and Sundance/WIF Financing Intensive. She was a fellow of the 2016 Tribeca Chanel Women’s Filmmaker Program.

Arkasha Stevenson

Arkasha Stevenson is a Los Angeles–based writer and director, and a recent graduate from the American Film Institute. Her thesis film, Vessels, was awarded the 2015 Iris Prize. Prior to attending film school, Stevenson worked as a photojournalist at the Los Angeles Times, which greatly informs her narrative filmmaking.

Cristina Cacioppo

Cristina Cacioppo has been working with Alamo Drafthouse since 2013, most recently heading up programming for the new Downtown Brooklyn theater. Prior to that she oversaw the film program at 92YTribeca, from its opening in 2008 to 2013.


Film Info
  • Section:
    Tribeca N.O.W. Special Screenings
  • Length:
    54 minutes

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