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The Space That We Shared - Shane Liao

YEN - Mary Marxen

Some Space - Kearah Armonie

 

Arsenal of Sofas...Of Course - Priscilla Alvarez

Other - Kimberly Divad

 

DOGMAN - Spencer Hillman and Sam Sheridan

 

More about Sam Kumiko Sheridan and Spencer Pierce Hillman

Film Title: Dogman

“Kumiko Pierce” Sam Kumiko Sheridan, Spencer Pierce Hillman

 

Sam and Spencer met in an NYU Tisch School of the Arts screenwriting course one week before collaborating on Dogman. Spencer previously attended the Minneapolis College of Art and Design where he was studying furniture design, which was what initially drew them to the Brooklyn Space Film Competition. Sam was raised in NYC, and has an extensive background in editing and filmmaking. The two are a writer/director team in the city, and are always looking for new people to work with.

We hope you love this film as much as we enjoyed making it.

 

You can contact Sam and Spencer via their websites:

samkumikosheridan.com

spencer-hillman.format.com

Coffee - Melissa Jones

 

More about Kearah-Armonie

Kearah-Armonie(Kearmonie) is an Afro-Caribbean Editor/Filmmaker, Spoken Word Artist, and Teaching Artist from Brooklyn, NY. They are currently pursuing their MFA in Film/Post-Production at Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema. Kearmonie’s work often exhibits the condition of the Black American from a millennial lens, with personal accounts of love, family, oppression, and womanism. See their work and learn more at kearmonie.com

The Blame - Isabel Padilla

 

Escape - Matt Brucato

 

Space to Spare - Madison Bishop

 

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