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Write When You Get Work: Filmmaker Screening with Director Stacy Cochran

Write When You Get Work: Filmmaker Screening with Director Stacy Cochran
Friday, March 1! With introduction and post-film Q/A with Director Stacy Cochran. 

Write When You Get Work is a thorny romantic comedy set in New York City at a private school for girls and in the world outside its exclusive walls.

Jonny Collins is still in love with Ruth Duffy, and he has been since they were kids. But Ruth has slipped away from him, away from their corner of the Bronx under the Throgs Neck Bridge. She has landed on the lower rungs of the Upper East Side in a job and a small apartment. Then Jonny spots her, and locked doors and windows can’t prevent him from breaking back into her life. She can barely stand the sight of him and yet she can hardly breathe without him.

Love and money. Crime and happiness. The fizz among strangers. And the bonds between us.

Directed by Stacy Cochran.
Rated: Not Rated
Runtime: 99 minutes.
Stacy Cochran is a director, producer and screenwriter based in New York City. She made her feature debut with Columbia TriStar title My New Gun starring Diane Lane and James LeGros. It premiered in Director's Fortnight at Cannes and earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best First Feature. Subsequent projects as writer-director include Touchstone/Interscope title Boys starring Winona Ryder, the Bravo/IFC doc Richard Lester! about the director, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, and Drop Back Ten which premiered in Dramatic Competition at Sundance. While an MFA student at Columbia, her short film Another Damaging Day premiered at the New York Film Festival. After disruptions in her work following September 11 2001, she received an Arthur Levitt Artist-in-Residence at Williams College. During that time, she also served as head of the Program Advisory committee at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in North Adams. In 2018, after this unscheduled directing hiatus, she completed Write When You Get Work starring Emily Mortimer, Finn Wittrock, Rachel Keller, Scott Cohen and Jessica Hecht. Shot on Super16mm film by Oscar-winning cinematographer Robert Elswit, the movie premiered in Narrative Competition at SXSW in March 2018. It was distributed by Abramorama and will premiere on global online platforms in February 2019. Currently, Stacy is writing the screenplay for A Year on Ice, a fictionalized thriller set during the NHL season of 1969, adapted from veteran New York Times sports-reporter Gerald Eskenazi’s book of the same name.
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