"STEM and the City" wins B~STEM Film Competition

"STEM and the City," a Sex and the City parody, just made the finals and won the award for 'Most Original' in the B~STEM Hall of Fame Films Competition!

The competition is about encouraging more women to enter STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, math). 

Watch the winning film below, made for literally zero dollars and shot in only four hours! (directed/edited by Dana)

"Signing Out" Gets Press

Thank you, Film Courage, for the great press about SIGNING OUT!

"Many Same Sex Couples Today Endure Struggles Heterosexual Couples Don’t Face – SIGNING OUT – a Short LGBT Film by Adriana Leonard and Jenna Michno

About The Project – (see more here via SEED & SPARK)

Amy and Sarah unknowingly visit the same therapist years after their romantic relationship ends. Now, as young adults, they’re forced to come to terms with what actually happened, Amy fueled by hope and Sarah smothered by guilt. As they retell the experience of their first love from first kiss to final break-up, we see their love story unfold in reverse. Signing Out depicts how organically a relationship can start and end and the lasting impact a first love can have along the path to discovering oneself."

Finalist in B~STEM Hall of Fame Films Competition

"What Dreams Mae Come," a short film that Dana directed/edited, was selected as a finalist in the B~STEM Hall of Fame Films Competition!

Finalists win a world premiere screening of their film at YouTube Space LA on March 31st, a Surface Pro Tablet provided by Microsoft and pitch meetings with top industry executives.

Films will be posted April 1st on B~STEM Projects' YouTube Channel.

"Signing Out" sneak peak

A little ungraded sneak peak from my newest short film, Signing Out, written by/starring the amazingly talented Adriana Leonard and Jenna Michno. Thank you Madeline Berger, our also amazingly talented director of photography, and the rest of the cast and crew, for lending us your brains for the weekend!