We are pleased to introduce our second and third place winners in the 2018 Feature Fellowship competition. Avishai Weinberger won second place for his screenplay DRIFT OFF and Belinda Schmid won third place for her screenplay JESSUP CREEK. Congratulations to them both!
We’re pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Feature Fellowship prizes!
Recently, CineStory’s Co-Executive Director Carlo Martinelli caught up with the 2016 CineStory Feature Fellow, Amyn Kaderali-Chokora. In 2017, Amyn directed two episodes of the CW’s “Supernatural” and just wrapped his third episode in February, 2018. He will return for additional episodes of the show in the fall. In addition, Amyn’s screenplay “The Christmas Calendar” is going […]
We are pleased to announced our tied second place winners in the 2017 Feature Fellowship competition: Mark Price and James Walker.
We’re delighted to announce that Angelina Karpovich is our 2017 Feature Fellowship Winner. Her spectacular script, EGGSHELLS, blew us away!
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 CineStory Feature Fellowship competition: FEATURE FELLOWSHIP WINNER: EGGSHELLS by Angelina Karpovich SECOND PLACE (tie) GREEN LANES by James Walker LET’S KILL D.B. COOPER by Mark Price Our deepest thanks to all eight talented finalists for sharing their work with us and to our panel of […]
2nd Place Winner SAVION EINSTEIN – SUPERFECUNDATION Savion Einstein was born and raised in Israel. After her military service, she went into advertising and spent the next decade producing award-winning campaigns in Israel, EU and Asia for top domestic and international brands including The Coca-Cola Company, Unilever and P&G. But what Savion really wanted to […]
AMYN KADERALI – CHOKORA The best word one could use to describe Amyn Kaderali’s background would be: unique. As one of the few Indian-Americans in a Bay Area suburb with parents who were raised in Tanzania and Scotland, it was not unusual for Amyn to hear Swahili spoken at home while his Scottish grandmother made Indian […]
Our deepest thanks to all our talented finalists!
2nd PLACE: JULIAN A. RENNER – LITTLE GIRL FOUND Julian spent his early years in Sierra Leone, on the west coast of Africa. As a teenager, he studied in the United Kingdom before attending Otterbein University in Ohio. Julian continued to develop his storytelling skills through the New York Film Academy and eventually furthered his education […]