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The Sloan Works-In-Progress Reading & Cocktails at NeueHouse

This year’s three winners were honored at a reception during the 2017 Tribeca Film FestivalThe reception were part of a Sloan Works-in-Progress Readings and Cocktail” event on April 22 where actors read excerpts from TFI/Sloan-funded projects.


“These three latest winning screenplays -- about a  brilliant, tender-hearted mathematician immigrant whose gifts were coopted to build destructive weapons, a world under siege where preserving seeds and genetic diversity trumps individual survival, and a funky thriller with a female scientist turned microbial detective traipsing through rural Montana -- demonstrate the continuing robustness of Sloan's historic partnership with TFI, now in its 15th year," said Doron Weber, Vice President & Program Director at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.  “In a year when Sloan’s early support for Hidden Figures resulted in a hit film and a cultural watershed, we are particularly thrilled to premiere at Tribeca the Sloan-supported tale of Hedy Lamarr, a movie icon whose physical beauty prevented society from seeing her true, hidden genius as one of the 20th century's technological pioneers.”

This year, actors read excerpts from several TFI/Sloan-funded films, under the direction of director/screenwriter/actor Paul Schneider.
Actors participating:  Dascha Polanco, Marshall Factora, Tom Lipinski, Eric Tabach, Britne Oldford, William Sadler
The 2017 TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund grantees are:

·         Adventures of a Mathematician: Written and Directed by Thor Klein. The warmhearted true story of Polish immigrant and mathematician Stan Ulam, who moved to the U.S. in the 1930s. Stan deals with the difficult losses of family and friends all while helping to create both the hydrogen bomb and the first computer.

·         Invisible Islands: Written and Directed by Emily Lobsenz. From fermenting cider to decomposing bodies, this comedic neo-noir anthology series set in Butte, Montana takes a deep dive into the magical world of microbes. When her academic advisor disappears, Siobhan, a Trinidadian-born, Queens-bred overachiever, unites a motley crew of regulars at the Brewer's Notch to investigate his demise; in so doing they transform their decrepit cider house into a scientific, cultural and culinary mecca while accidentally unearthing an environmental conspiracy that stretches back decades.

·         One Man Dies a Million Times: Written and Directed by Jessica Oreck. A true story, set in the future, about seeds and genetic diversity, about growth and decay, about love and war, about hunger of all kinds. About what it means to be human, even when all your humanity is stripped away.

Mustafa ÖNDER 
New York, NY


Copyright ©2017 Mustafa Önder, All Rights Reserved.



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