Master class: Jody Lee Lipes
Martha Marcy May Marlene was awarded at Sundance Festival last year and got a great recognition. At Fresh Film Fest, we will screen this film and its cinematographer Jody Lee Lipes will be one of the members of the Fresh Generation jury and give us also the film lesson.
His first feature length screenplay Confederacy was selected for the 2012 Sundance Directors Lab. His directing credits include season one of HBO’s Girls, Primetime Emmy nominee for Best Comedy Series 2012; NY Export: Opus Jazz, a scripted adaptation of a Jerome Robbins’ ballet that aired on PBS and won an Audience Award at SxSW 2010; and verite documentary Brock Enright: Good Times Will Never Be the Same, SxSW 2009. Lipes is also an Independent Spirit Award-nominated DOP, credits include Martha Marcy May Marlene, Tiny Furniture, and Afterschool.
Super 16 is the leading alternative film school of Denmark which over the last almost 20 years has graduated many successful filmmakers and films produced by the school are very often selected and awarded at various film festival around the world. What are the advantages and challenges of such an education model, how is the school financed, how is possible to achieve the continuation of the project and how does it work to be responsible…Full article
Cinergy Prague is an educational platform for the development of the talents and knowledge of young filmmakers and film professionals through a series of discussion panels and lectures on topics related to filmmaking or the work of a foreign guest.Full article
The first Cinergy’s guest in 2018 will be Kevin B. Lee, internationally renowned filmmaker, journalist and video essayist. Lee, who has been named “the king of video essays” by The New York Times, frequently writes for Sight & Sound, Slate and Indiewire. He is also the founding editor and chief video essayist at fandor.com. He has made over 360 essays exploring film and media – he examines various aspects of filmmaking and specific…Full article