FMA Alum’s film competing to be Indiewire Project of the week

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“Pine Tree”, a project that will be directed by Adam Evans, a Senior Student in Film and Media Arts Temple Program, was highlighted in the “Project of the Day” Column on the website Indiewire and is competing to be a Project of the Week. “Pine Tree” is short film about Ryan, an obsessive carpenter who is forced to reevaluate his life when his latest creation, a beautifully crafted table, begins to speak.

Indiewire features everyday a film in progress and during the week these projects can be voted and elected the Project of the Week. The winning filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and will become a candidate for Project of the Month. That winner will be awarded with a creative consultation from the fine folks at the Tribeca Film Institute!

Adam Evans is an award winning producer and director, whose work includes a self- distributed documentary short “Meta: The Culture of IPL” that was viewed worldwide. He has also produced 2012 Freese Foundation Award Winning shorts “Recipes From Yuiza’s Kitchen” and “The Witmans.” He is also a published writer and contributor to multiple award winning websites. “Pine Tree” team includes also Jaime Sweet (One of the Guys, Recipes From Yuiza’s Kitchen), Benjamin Davis (Driving Not Knowing), Jacob Berman, Craig Hacker, as Producers,  David Dominguez (Sweepstakes) as  Cinematographer, Joe Lee (The Witmans) as Editor and Brianna Didyoung as Art Director.

To vote for “Pine Tree”, visit Firewire`s  website here.

 

 

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