I Used to Be a Filmmaker

USA, 2003, Colour, 10 min

  • I Used To Be a Filmmaker

A film about fatherhood and the bond between a father and his infant daughter. The filmmaker documents the first eighteen months of the child’s life, showing the progression from newborn to infant to toddler.

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  • Festival and Awards
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Jay Rosenblatt is an internationally recognized artist who has been working as an independent filmmaker since 1980 and has completed over twenty-five films. His work explores our emotional and psychological cores. They are personal in their content yet universal in their appeal. His films have received over 100 awards and have screened throughout the world.
Special Jury Award - Aspen Shortsfest. Best Documentary Short – Nashville FF. Award of Excellence - California State Fair. Award Winner - Marin County Fair. Jurors’ Special Mention – Concorto FF. IDFA. Tribeca. Hot Docs. Visions du Reel.

Jay Rosenblatt Film Library
Transit Media
P.O. Box 1084
Harriman, NY 10926
800-343-5540
jim@transitmedia.net

Screening

19.08, 16:00, Kino Europa Indoor

Category

Masters: Jay Rosenblatt retrospective

Director

Jay Rosenblatt

Producer

Jay Rosenblatt

Cinematography

Thomas Logoreci

Editing

Jay Rosenblatt

Website

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