New York Festivals announces 2018 Film Craft Executive Jury
New York Festivals International Advertising Awards will bring together some of the most creative, technically advanced filmmakers in the industry to participate on the Live 2018 Film Craft Executive Jury.
This discerning panel of film professionals dedicated to the quality and aesthetics of the filmmaking process will assemble together in New York City on Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, April 22 to review all shortlisted Film Craft submissions selected by New York Festivals Grand Jury. Together they will decide the Film Craft entries worthy of being called the World’s Best Advertising.
“New York Festivals Film Craft competition celebrates the magic of film and the individual contributions of onscreen artistry. Each category represents production expertise that creates the mood, elevates the idea and enhances its execution, resulting in brilliant commercial films,” said Susan Glass Ruse, Associate Executive Director of New York Festivals International Advertising Awards. “This year’s Film Craft Executive Jury is an amazing creative collective, all dedicated to the craft of filmmaking, who will recognise innovation and award exceptional creative execution. I’m looking forward to some very passionate discussion.”
The 2018 Film Craft Executive Jury to date includes:
Zu Al-Kadiri, Executive Producer, Mill+
Jesse Brihn, Co-Director of Film Production, Droga5
Ryan Chong, Executive Producer, 72andSunny
Nick Fraser, Senior Producer, Framestore
Clint Goldman, Executive Producer/Partner, BODEGA Studios
Allison Kunzman, Executive Producer, SMUGGLER
Adam Perloff, Executive Producer, BBH New York
Lorenzo Ragionieri, Managing Partner/Executive Producer, Cadence Films
Tatiana Rudzinski, Executive Producer, Greenpoint Pictures
Christina Thompson, Executive Producer, Mill+
New York Festivals will announce the 2018 award-winners at the New York Show awards ceremony and gala on the evening of Thursday, May 17, 2018. The annual event takes place at the world-class performance space, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall, Broadway at 60th Street, New York City.