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June's Sips & Cinema with Julian Farris Films


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июня
02:00

Centro
530 Hamilton St 18101 Allentown United States
Julian Farris Films will be a part of Sips & Cinema at Centro! They will be screening their short film, "The Bottle" which won Best Film from the Valley at the 2015 Movies At The Mill in Easton! They will also be showing, for the first time, a trailer for their next film, "King of the Buskers". The cast from "The Bottle", as well as writers and the director will be available for Q&A following the screening. We hope that you can come join us!

About The Artists:

1.) Jaccii Farris is President of Julian Farris Films and the head of WFMZ-TV’s Documentary Unit.

Under Jaccii’s leadership, the collaboration has produced several Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award nominated documentaries: Rhoads Opera House Fire: The Legacy of a Tragedy, Aftershocks: Earthquake in Haiti, Timebomb: Allentown Gas Explosion and Boscov: An American Story.

Jaccii won an Emmy for her news coverage of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Julian Farris Films documentary, Letters to Frieda was recognized with an Edward R. Murrow award, was named Best Documentary of 2015 by the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters, took home the audience award for Best Short at Bethlehem's 2015 SouthSide Film Festival, and was named 2015 Best Documentary at the Greater Lehigh Filmmaker Festival.

JFF's recent short films, Kids Who Kill: The evolution of the juvenile justice system, the Bottle, Lighthouse Lady and Mayo Girl have been applauded in the festival circuit. JFF and the WFMZ Documentary Unit are currently in production on several documentaries and shot films that will premiere in 2016.

2.) Amy Unger is an executive producer and features reporter for WFMZ-TV, Channel 69 News in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She’s also a member of the station’s award winning documentary unit and serves as Vice President of Julian Farris Films.

She’s been nominated for several Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards. She’s also been recognized for her work by the Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Association, as well as the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters.

Amy is the director and co-writer of Julian Farris Films’ documentary, Letters to Frieda, which was recognized with an Edward R. Murrow award. It also was named Best Documentary of 2015 by the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters and the Greater Lehigh Filmmaker Festival. In addition, Letters to Frieda took home the audience award for Best Short at Bethlehem's 2015 SouthSide Film Festival.

JFF's recent short films, Kids Who Kill: The Evolution of the Juvenile Justice System,The Bottle, Lighthouse Lady and Mayo Girl have been applauded in the festival circuit. JFF and the WFMZ Documentary Unit are currently in production on several documentaries that will premiere in 2016.