Introducing a film to be screened at Yale University.
Representing the US State Dept. with members of the IWP in Chennai, India
About the filmmaker Sandra Luckow
I began my filmmaking career as an undergraduate at Yale University. Sharp Edges, my BA thesis, won the Louis Sudler Prize in the Performing and Creative Arts. I did my MFA graduate work at NYU Tisch School of the Arts Film School.
I have worked in casting at major Hollywood studios, shot reality television, made documentaries that have taken me to China, Mexico, France, India, and Sundance. My non-profit films have won Telly Awards and my interviews have been broadcast in a variety of mediums from Broadway to the Internet.
I teach both documentary and narrative film production at Yale University, School of Art, Barnard College, and Columbia University.
I am director of production at the Yale Summer Film Insititute. I have served for eight years as head juror of the USA Film Festival Short Film and Video Competition, an Academy Award qualifier.
Everything I have done both personally and professionally has been mere preparation for tackling this difficult and important material. I believe lives depend on this film being made.
Ojeda Film, Inc.'s film "That Way Madness Lies..." is a feature-length documentary about one man's paranoid schizophrenia, told in-part from his point-of-view with a collection of iPhone video clips he made before being committed to the Oregon State Hospital in Portland, Oregon. Please donate today to help complete this groundbreaking film.
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