Writer/Director Sherese Robinson Wins 1st Place Short Film Award!

SVA alumni and current writing teacher Sherese Robinson has won two awards (Best Dramatic Short, and Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking, Short Film) for her latest short film If I Were a Bell at the Hollywood Black Film Festival.
If I Were A Bell
If I Were a Bell is a poignant story of two brothers unexpectedly caught in a passionate love triangle with a sexy female rapper. This sensual tale of love and betrayal is told through vivid provocative rhyme.


Many SVA students voluntarily worked on If I Were a Bell:
Ian G. Hoban — Director of Photography
Production Coordinator, Christine Varley
1st Assistant Camera, Natasha Moore
Digital Image Technician, Joe Cozza
Gaffer, Mike Martinez
Key Grip, Jose Ramirez
Grip, Anthony Cannavale
Grip, Stuart Solomon
Production Sound Recorder, Gideon Soohwan Hwang
Playback Operator, Travis Taylor
Wardrobe Assistant, Tiauna Clark
Property Master, Sven Rethemeier
Stills Photography, James Bae
Production Assistant, Andrew Abballe
Production Assistant, Kseniya “KC” Crespo
Production Assistant, Devin Fuller
Casting Consultant, Susan Batson

Please come out to the Big Apple Film Festival to support Sherese on Friday, November 8th at 6pm and bring a friend.

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