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

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  1. Kennedy Hill – A David Lynch MA in Film Master Thesis

    February 11, 2015 by jennifer

    “Kennedy Hill”is a short film set in the late 1930s about a 17 year old girl, Grace who finds out she’s adopted. In search of her birth family she journeys away from home and ends up discovering who her true family is.

    For my Master Thesis Film in the David Lynch MA in Film program, I wrote, produced and directed the short film “Kennedy Hill” which is inspired by my Grandmother (who I call Nana). She was adopted in 1925 and never knew her birth parents or if she had any siblings. Even though the film is inspired by my Nana, the story as a whole is my artistic vision on a particular time in the world where adoption was not openly spoken about. Creating a strong female lead role in this film is important to me not only as a woman but as a filmmaker to encourage girls and women to go after their own heart’s desires.

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  2. “Horizon” a short film by Jennifer Joelle Kachler – 2014

    December 8, 2014 by jennifer

    Personally judged by David Lynch, “Horizon” was selected 4th place in the David Lynch MA in Film short film competition (Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart). Jennifer edited the original 16:46 minute film down to 10 minutes to be considered for a full scholarship to the Master’s Film program. Although the film was not given first place, she was accepted into the program holding the 4th place title.

     

     

    The original 16:46 minute version of “Horizon.” A School of Visual Arts B.F.A. Thesis, “Horizon” is a short film written & directed by Jennifer Joelle Kachler in 2009.


  3. Horizon

    November 1, 2014 by admin

    Horizon

    A School of Visual Arts B.F.A. Thesis, “Horizon” is a short film written & directed by Jennifer Joelle Kachler in 2009.