Meet the Filmmakers...
Jacqui Lofaro has a long career in documentary work. She wrote and produced a series of environmental films: "Robins Island," the "Long Island Pine Barrens" and "Last Lake on Long Island" that aired on WLIW, a PBS affiliate.
Victor Teich produced "Faces", a 17-minute documentary on sculptor Monica Banks that aired at the L.I. Film and Video Festival. He also produced "East Hampton: From the Ice Age to 1998," a documentary feature narrated by Eli Wallach for the 350th anniversary of East Hampton Town.
Meet the Board of Advisors...
Documentary script consultant and award-winning filmmaker conducts popular workshops on narrative structure for both fiction and non-fiction films. She consulted for Cronkite Productions and independent filmmakers including Jonathan Skurnik and Kathy Leichter for their ITVS funded documentary: "A Day's Work, A Day's Pay." "Inventing a Girl: An experience in Homeschooling," her own latest documentary premiered 2001 at the Contemporary Issues Film Festival and won the Women's Eye Award at the Riverrun International Film Festival in North Carolina. She serves on the Board of Directors of CineWomen New York.
Professor of criminology at the University of Southern Mississippi and the former warden of the Parchman penitentiary in Mississippi where he ran a maximum security facility and oversaw many gas chamber executions. He authored "Death At Midnight: An Executioner's Tale" in which he tells the poignant story of his turning against the death penalty. He is featured in the recent PBS documentary "John Paul II: The Millennial Pope." He is also featured in a new book by Ivan Solotaroff: "The Last Face You'll Ever See: The Private Life of the American Death Penalty."
Meet the Crew...
If you are interested in participating in the Outreach Program or hosting a screening, contact:
P.O. Box 550
Bridgehampton, NY 11932-0550