WIFT-FL Orlando Branch - Interview with Martha Pinson

  • 10/28/2020
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

'The Path that Pinson Built'

October 28th

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Martha is a director, screenwriter, and formerly film technician based in New York City. Directing credits include: “Tomorrow,” a UK indie feature film that won Best Narrative Feature at SCAD Savannah FF, Napa Valley FF, CA, and Seneca FF, NY. Martha also won Best Director at Sunscreen Film Festival in Florida. The film had a theatrical release in 100 theaters in the UK in 2019. Plans are in the works for further distribution. Prior directing work includes: “It’s Not Saturday,” a dramatic short done under VisionFest’11 Filmmaker’s Challenge. She directed the Drama Book Shop short play staged reading Series (2010), “Rescue Meal” (pilot for firehouse cooking show, 2009), “King Alive” (2006), Sheila Evan’s “Billie Holiday Cabaret” (2005), and the award-winning short film, “Don’t Nobody Love the Game More than Me” (2002), which aired nationally on the PBS series "Independent Lens.” More theater directing credits: Bob Rogers’ “Small Potatoes” (2000), Stephen Mantin’s “Acts of Faith” (1998) – both off-Broadway full-length plays. Martha was a Second Unit Director on the film “Just the Ticket” starring Andy Garcia. She has consulted for numerous new directors and written numerous original and adapted screenplays, including the award winning “Body Count 1968.” She was a Script Supervisor to major directors including Martin Scorsese, Sidney Lumet, Milos Forman, Oliver Stone, Brian De Palma, and Andrew Niccol. She often give Guest Lectures and Workshops at college film programs.

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