Director/Producer | Graduate of the David Lynch MA in Film

May, 2015

  1. A Student supports adoption through an original movie

    May 17, 2015 by jennifer

     

    A Student supports adoption through an original movie, “Kennedy Hill.” Adoption.com contributor Denalee Chapman features an article on the David Lynch MA in Film student’s master thesis on the theme of adoption.

    Read the full article on Adoption.com


  2. Jim Carrey

    May 15, 2015 by jennifer

     

    “There are a few select individuals who have been fortunate enough to have met Jim Carrey, in this section you can read their stories. We also have tales of general sightings and even phone calls.”
    – Jim Carrey Online, an unofficial fansite

     

    “Having Jim Carrey position me as I modeled for him was absolutely unreal. I was speechless, blushing and basically shaking. I was in total awe of his kindness, his artistic expression and his bliss. I feel honored to be the subject of a Jim Carrey original as the process was more than just modeling for him, it was a lesson in life. He taught me so much about art, filmmaking and life in that session then I learned all year because it was an artist inviting an artist into his creative cave, allowing me to see him in action where not many are allowed nor invited to participate. ”
    – Jennifer Kachler

     

    Read the full article on Jim Carrey Online


  3. MUM Student Profile

    May 1, 2015 by jennifer

    What would you say to someone who is interested in the David Lynch MA in film?

    “If you’re interested in the David Lynch MA program, you have to love making films and also be self sufficient in doing so. Come here with the knowledge that you have and then grow upon that. Take the time to make sure you meditate regularly and focus on the growth of your own personal being. That is the best lesson you’ll learn being in this program besides just excelling in your education.  It’s about excelling in you!”

    Read the full interview on MUM Student Profile: Jennifer Kachler

    Published May 1, 2015