WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 | 6:30-8:00PM | TRIBECA FLASHPOINT COLLEGE
Emilie Upczak is an independent filmmaker, originally from Boulder, Colorado. She lived and worked in Trinidad and Tobago over the past 10 years. Emilie’s experimental video installations have been exhibited at PG Contemporary in Houston, AIR Gallery in Brooklyn and the Festival International Signes de Nuit in France, while her short films have played at a number of Caribbean and African Diasporic Film Festivals.
Emilie is currently in post-production on her debut feature, MOVING PARTS, which was shot in Trinidad in 2016 and will be screening as a rough cut on Wednesday, May 10 at Tribeca Flashpoint College. This event is free to IFP Chicago Members. Simply RSVP here to reserve your seat.
Moderated rough cut screenings are an important part of the filmmaking process, and are available to every IFP Chicago member as a resource.
"I became an IFP Chicago member in November and soon thereafter applied for Fiscal Sponsorship, which has enabled me to raise funds through tax deductible donations to complete MOVING PARTS. Their support of the film has been a tremendous boost and I am excited to work with IFP Chicago on future projects." - Emilie Upczak