In honor of the upcoming election, the collaborative team behind Berning Love, a romantic tragicomedy about the search for love during the waning days of the Bernie Sanders 2016 primary campaign, decided to release the film publicly one year after its television debut on PBS in Vermont. We the makers hope that it inspires you to increase your civic engagement, get involved in your community and also, next week—GO VOTE! For information about what’s on your ballot, check out Ballotpedia.
Berning Love will be screening at the Green Mountain Film Festival as part of their Vermont Shorts slate. Join some of the crew for a Q&A after the screening. You can buy tickets at https://gmffestival.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=259
A few members of the Berning Love crew (myself included) will be visiting Berlin this week for our screening as part of Shorts Block 2 on Thursday February 9. We are insanely excited about this! Learn more about the festival here. Berning Love is a sweet and funny documentary short about love and politics during the waning days in Washington DC of the Bernie Sanders primary presidential campaign. You can learn more about the film, for which I was co-editor, associate producer and director of research, here.
Berning Love, a documentary short about the search for love during the waning days of the Bernie Sanders primary campaign, was accepted into the Berlin Independent Film Festival. I filled many roles on this film, including director of research, co-writer, assistant producer, co-editor and occasionally second camera. :) If you happen to be in Berlin from February 9-15, 2017, check it out! :)
Berning Love, a documentary short about the search for love during the waning days of the Bernie Sanders primary campaign, was accepted into the Bay Area Women in Film and Media Shorts Showcase. I filled many roles on this film, including director of research, co-writer, assistant producer, co-editor and occasionally second camera. :) The showcase promises to be a wonderful evening of film shorts that had women in leadership roles behind the camera. The showcase is on December 8 starting at 6pm at Second Act, 1727 Haight St, San Francisco, CA 94117. You can get tickets to the event here. Below are some outtakes from the film--Dr. Doug Pierce, political scientist, discussing the role of emotion in politics.