Short Film Festivals give people an opportunity to show their films everywhere
“The way I feel about international films is that we all can have a common bond because you can see the human experience from every single country”
Sandi Sissel, a distinguished cinematographer who heads New York University’s graduate film program, was one of the jury members at In The Palace International short Film Festival whose extensive experience in film, television, and documentary includes various awards for coverage of the war in Vietnam and work she did for NBC and ABC, Saturday Night Life and 60 minutes.
Sissel has worked in the series The Wonder Years and most recently in the Academy Award winning feature film Master and Commander.
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