The Jury




Marian Masone is a film industry veteran with over 25 years of curating experience. She has been a panelist and juror for numerous international organizations and festivals and has lectured on film in New York, Paris and Madrid. She is currently on selection committees for the New York Film Festival, The Museum of Modern Art’s New Directors/New Films and Art Basel.
Karl Rozemeyer is a freelance syndicated columnist and journalist who has worked as the International Editor for Premiere magazines in New York and as the Director of Photography for Hachette Filipacchi magazines in Prague. He is currently a columnist for the New York Times Syndicate, where he contributes toward a weekly feature called “StarBeat.”  He has worked for InStyle magazine, the digital publication Wide Screen and CinemaSpy.com.  He has written cover stories, features and articles for several international magazines and online publications including ELLE Japan, Total Film in the UK, Fotogramas in Spain and FilmInk in Australia.  He is also the International Content Editor for Rodale magazines, including Men’s Health and Women’s Health magazines. 
Meghan Wurtz is currently handling international sales for The Orchard, a global distributor of action sports, kids, music and independent film content.  2015 saw the release of the company’s first Academy Award contender “Cartel Land.” More recently, the company released critically acclaimed Sundance titles “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” “Christine” and “Life, Animated” as well as Academy Award-winner Morgan Neville’s “The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble.” Upcoming releases include “Neruda.” Prior to The Orchard, she was with Film Movement where she was involved in the acquisition and sales of close to 150+ independent and foreign films. Having held positions at companies including Peacefulfish, European Film Promotion and Northstar Media, Meghan has extensive international experience and knowledge of the international film and television market. Prior to 2003, she spent five years living in Berlin and speaks fluent German.

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Admission
Adults $ 12.00
Students & Senior Citizens (60 & over with ID) $ 10.00

Restrictions
Children under 5 years of age are not admitted. Pets are not admitted. Late arrivals may not be admitted.



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