Jeff M. Giordano: Filmmaker/Painter

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Highlights from Jeff’s Curated/Hosted Film Screenings

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Since October 2012, Jeff has been showing films each month at the Alameda Free Public Library (Alameda, CA). He alternates each month, with showing a contemporary movie and an older film. He founded this Free Film Series, selects all films, and leads a post-discussion based on his research.
All screenings begin at 5:30pm.
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THE DEVIL’S BACKBONE (2001) will show on Monday, November 4 at 5:30pm. Directed by Guillermo del Toro. In Spanish with English subtitles.
He directed Pacific Rim, Pan’s Labyrinth, and the Hellboy films.


Future Screenings at Alameda Free Library:

Tuesday — November 19 at 5:30 for TURKISH STAR WARS (1982)!











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:::FILM FESTIVAL CURATING & MORE:::
All 9 Films (with trailers) I Curated for SF Indiefest (Feb. 11 – 25) in San Francisco:

AND THE MUDSHIP SAILS AWAY:
Sun, Feb 14 4:30 PM (Roxie Theater)
Tue, Feb 23 9:15 PM (Roxie Theater)
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Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yswOzKS4rAc

LEAP YEAR GIRL
Sun, Feb 14 4:30 PM (Roxie Theater)
Thu, Feb 25 7:00 PM (Roxie Theater)
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NIYAZI GUL, THE GALLOPING VET
Sat, Feb 13 7:00 PM (Roxie Theater)
Tue, Feb 16 9:15 PM (Roxie Theater)
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Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWeCWGzUyMU

PARADISE CLUB
Sat, Feb 13 9:15 PM (Roxie Theater)
Thu, Feb 18 9:15 PM (Roxie Theater)
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Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHlZgIlDjNk

PREOCCUPIED
Fri, Feb 12 7:00 PM (Roxie Theater)
Thu, Feb 18 7:00 PM (Roxie Theater)
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SLACKJAW
Sun, Feb 21 7:00 PM (Roxie Theater)
Tue, Feb 23 9:15 PM (Roxie Theater)
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Teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5FHHrx5yFw

SONGS SHE WROTE ABOUT PEOPLE SHE KNOWS
Fri, Feb 12 7:00 PM (Roxie Theater)
Wed, Feb 17 9:15 PM (Roxie Theater)
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Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwnfSBRF8dU

STUBBORN BOY
Sat, Feb 13 4:30 PM (Roxie Theater)
Tue, Feb 16 7:00 PM (Roxie Theater)
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Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTNP-Y7zSHc

THE WINDS THAT SCATTER
*Director is attending!
Sat, Feb 13 4:30 PM (Roxie Theater)
Tue, Feb 16 9:15 PM (Roxie Theater)
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Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fSY0z2r17E

The entire program of films and events is: http://prod3.agileticketing.net/websales/pages/list.aspx…&

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Jeff M. Giordano has programmed over 60 films, and a diverse range of Free Film Series: Teen Film Series, American Classics Film Series, Cape May Summer Film Series, Alameda Public Library Film Series, and Albany Public Library Film Series. He has established strong relationships with Janus Films, Kino Lorber, Movie Licensing USA, Documentary Educational Resources, Criterion Pictures USA, IFC Films, Animeigo, and many independent filmmakers.

Since 2005, Giordano has attended over 20 film festivals (for either his own directed films, or as an audience member).

In 2007, Jeff worked at the Telluride Film Festival for the Production Apprentice Program — and returned as a volunteer for the festival in 2008 and 2013.
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Jeff is delighted to share his passion for a wide range of cinema in a format where the public can join together to experience a motion picture.
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Here’s the 10 feature films Jeff programmed for San Francisco IndieFest, which takes place Feb. 6 – 20 in SF (Roxie Theater) and Oakland (New Parkway Theater). From August to December, Jeff sifted through 200 films to find these gems. Jeff will be doing Q & A’s with filmmakers and intro’ing films.

TOWHEADS
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DRIFT
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YOU’LL BE A MAN
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KARAOKE GIRL
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ALDO
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HOW TO BE A MAN
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REZETA
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GRIGRIS
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LOVE SONGS OF TIEDAN
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THERE IS LIGHT
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On Monday, December 16 at 7pm, at the New Parkway in Oakland — Jeff is presenting the modern comedy-classic SCHOOL OF ROCK (2003), starring Jack Black! A discussion will follow the screening.
Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/526604




South Jersey native and filmmaker Jeff M. Giordano returns to South Jersey to host a special screening of the forgotten family classic MY BROTHER TALKS TO HORSES (1947) on Friday, Dec. 20 at 1pm at Free Public Library of Monroe Township in Williamstown, New Jersey — part of the Monthly Free Film Series!
*Friday, Dec. 20 at 1pm
*92 minutes, followed by a discussion.
*Not on Netflix!
Details: Facebook.com/FreeFilmSeries
In January 2011, Jeff created the Film Series in his hometown as an alternative cinema outlet in southern New Jersey that would showcase unique films and educate the public on the art of film.
*In September 2012: Jeff M. Giordano moved to the SF Bay Area. He still volunteers his time, with selecting all films for the Free Film Series.
*Patti Duskee (film teacher) took over as moderator for each screening to this day — introducing each film and leading post-discussions.
FALL 2013
At the Alameda Free Library, Jeff will present THE DEVIL’S BACKBONE (2001) on Monday, November 4 at 5:30pm. Directed by Guillermo del Toro. In Spanish with English subtitles. He directed Pacific Rim, Pan’s Labyrinth, and the Hellboy films.

Future Screenings at Alameda Free Library:
Tuesday — November 19 at 5:30 for TURKISH STAR WARS (1982)!
SEPTEMBER 2013: NEWS
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Monday — September 16 at 6:30pm: Jeff presented the Dustin Hoffman film TOOTSIE (1982) at the New Parkway in Oakland, CA. TOOTSIE kicked off his monthly curated Comedy Film Series at the New Parkway.Jeff will be narrative-feature programmer for the 16th San Francisco Independent Film Festival, which runs February 6 – 20, 2014 at the Roxie Theater in SF. He will watch submissions and select the best films to play at the festival, plus moderate Q & A’s with visiting filmmakers.Giordano attended the 40th Telluride Film Festival in Colorado: August 29 – September 2. This festival is one of the top films festivals in the world, showcasing world and US premieres of American and international films.Keep up with the all of the films that Giordano watches in 2013, by clicking: Films Watched in 2013.Wednesday – August 14: Jeff presented the American comedy film MOTHER, JUGS & SPEED (1976) at the Alameda Free Library, part of his monthly free film series at the library that he founded in October 2012.

Sunday, September 29 at 6pm: Jeff will present the action cult film FOR Y’UR HEIGHT ONLY (1980) at the New Parkway Theater in Oakland, CA — part of Will Viharo’s Thrillville Series.
MAY 2013: NEWS
Jeff is a feature-film programmer for the upcoming San Francisco Documentary Film Festival, which is held June 6 – 23 at many Bay Area venues, including the historic Roxie Theater in San Francisco. Giordano brings his own award-winning experience in the documentary genre to the festival, with selecting quality films for SF DocFest.He programmed 15 feature-documentaries for DocFest.
Details below!

BETTIE PAGE REVEALS ALL (2 years before her death in 2008, the famous Bettie Page narrates her own life story)
COMPLAINTS CHOIR (Two Finnish artists collect complaints from around the world, to create beautiful songs)
FALL AND WINTER (What’s causing our environmental global crisis? This psycho-spiritual guide offers reasons and answers)
F* FOR FOREST (DocFest’s most controversial film: following a group who’re on a planet-saving mission)
GUT RENOVATION (Autobiographical voyage about how gentrification transformed Williamsburg: Brooklyn, NY)
MAGIC CAMP (Kid-friendly screening about the world famous magic camp for kids, which David Blaine and Criss Angel attended as teens)
THE MAYOR (88 year-old man’s love life still thrives in Texas retirement home)
MY WAY TO OLYMPIA (Paraplegic man makes an inspiring documentary about athletes training for the Paralympics in London 2012)
THE NEW PUBLIC (Follows a brand new, start-up public high school in Brooklyn, Bed-Stuy NYC: through 4 years)
PETEY & GINGER (Petey from the local SF indie music band Thee Oh Sees, is part of a dual portrait with Ginger, a fortune-teller from NYC: about life amidst economic collapse)
THE PIRATE BAY – AWAY FROM KEYBOARD (World’s largest illegal BitTorrent website, is profiled as they are sued for $13 million by Hollywood)
PUSSY RIOT – A PUNK PRAYER (Controversial Russian feminist, punk music band is profiled during their globally publicized imprisonment in Russia)
TRAINS OF THOUGHTS (Global underground, public transportation train systems are explored in this hypnotic experience: Vienna, Hong Kong, NYC, Moscow, Tokyo, and LA)
WILLIAM AND THE WINDMILL (Malawi-based man invents a windmill from junk parts to give his village electricity)
THE WOMEN AND THE PASSENGER (Four women in Chile talk about working as cleaners in a Love Hotel, and their personal views on romance, love, and intimacy)

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JANUARY 2013: NEWS

Jeff programmed 5 programs for the San Francisco Independent Film Festival.
4 shorts blocks, plus a feature. The festival ran from February 7 – 21 at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco.

3.) Coming of Age – Shorts:

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4.) Bizarre/Strange – Shorts:
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5.) “The Story of Luke” (feature):
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JANUARY 17 & 20:
Jeff curated a film screening at the Pacific Pinball Museum in Alameda, CA.
*Details: TILT: The Battle to Save Pinball

NOVEMBER 2012
*Jeff presented Ridley Scott’s summer blockbuster Prometheus (2012) at the Alameda Public Library on Monday, November 26 in Alameda, California. All screenings will be introduced by Jeff, followed by post-discussions based on his research.

December 17: The Gunfighter (1950), starring Gregory Peck in a rare western

January 14: Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012), the breakout indie hit of Sundance

February 11: Caprice (1967), with Doris Day in a Frank Tashlin thriller-comedy

March 11: Paprika (2007), the mind-blowing Japanese animated masterpiece

April 8: Life of Pi (2012), the 4-time Academy Award-winning masterpiece

May 6: Cold Dog Soup (1990), a widely unseen dark comedy starring Randy Quaid

*Jeff will be the film curator at the Albany Public Library in California. He will present a monthly film series of Hidden Masterpieces of Comedy for the Albany Public Library.

All screenings begin at 5:30pm and are free to the public.
18 and older.

January 22: After the Fox (1966) directed by Vittorio De Sica, starring Peter Sellers in a legendary multiple role performance.

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On February 26, Jeff will present Elaine May’s underseen classic A New Leaf (1971).

Followed by the offbeat Martin Scorsese film After Hours (1985) on March 26,

And the zany Marx Brothers-inspired Brain Donors (1992) on April 23.

Closing with Burn After Reading (2008) directed by the Coen Brothers on May 28.


*Here’s the list of films that Jeff M. Giordano has viewed in 2013: http://www.imdb.com/list/ZIDm3rT5zsw/

*Giordano selected the Italian masterpiece, The Flowers of Saint Francis (1950) to screen in Williamstown, NJ for the Free Film Series on December 17, followed by El Mariachi in January, and They Live in February.
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*Jeff selected the indie-documentary Bombay Beach (2011) to screen in Williamstown, New Jersey for the Free Film Series on November 19 at 6:30pm.

OCTOBER
*On Friday, October 19 at 8PM Giordano will curate the San Francisco Premiere of Ross McElwee & Michel Negroponte’s documentary Space Coast (1979) at Oddball Film + Video Archive on Friday, Oct. 19 at 8PM.

Oddball Films is the largest film archive in Northern California.

Event Details:
Oddball Films, 275 Capp Street, San Francisco.

*2 block from 16th & Mission BART.
*Enter under “Sutter Furniture.”Admission: $10.00 Limited Seating. RSVP to programming@oddballfilm.com or (415) 558-8117. More details on the screening: Space Coast: SF Film Premiere!
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*Jeff will curate a Monthly Film Series for the Alameda Public Library in Alameda, CA starting with Monday, October 22 for Phantom of the Paradise (1974) directed by Brian DePalma. Here’s the details: Phantom of the Paradise in Alameda, CA

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SEPTEMBER 2012
*He is a Pre-Screener for the 56th San Francisco International Film Festival from September 2012 through January 2013.

*Giordano is a Programmer for the SF IndieFest from September through February 2013.

*He is Guest Programmer for the 12th Cape May Film Festival in Cape May, New Jersey.

*Jeff was invited to be a Guest Programmer for the Noyes Museum of Stockton College Independent Film Festival.

AUGUST 2012
*Gloucester County Times article about Jeff and the Free Film Series he founded in New Jersey. Click here: New Jersey Filmmaker & Free Film Series Article

JANUARY 2011
Jeff M. Giordano founded a Free Film Series program at the Free Public Library in Williamstown, NJ. Jeff created the Film Series as an alternative cinema outlet in southern New Jersey that would showcase unique films and educate the public on the art of film. All screenings are free to the public, for people 18 or older.

The Free Film Series is an ongoing eclectic mix of independent, non-mainstream, international productions, and special screenings. This type of event is rare in New Jersey, and truly one of a kind. Since January 2011, over 35 films have been programmed through November 2012. The fall 2012 schedule will be announced on August 25.

In September 2012, Giordano is moving to California. Patti Duskee (co-moderator for the Free Film Series) will take over as monthly moderator. Screenings will occur once a month, and Jeff will still select all films at the library.

*News Article from August 16, 2012 about Jeff and the Free Film Series:
New Jersey Filmmaker & Free Film Series

Jeff programs all screenings, introduces all films, leads post-screening discussions, creates promo flyers, locally promotes each film, manages the Free Film Series website and Facebook page, and acts as liaison between film producers/distribution companies and the library — for negotiating screening fees.

*Facebook Page for the Free Film Series

APRIL 2012
He began researching films for a curated Teen Film Series at the Free Public Library in Williamstown, NJ — for teenagers. The first screening is Night of the Comet (1984) on June 18, 2012 — followed by Billy Madison (1995), Good Hair (2009), Airplane! (1980), and Mean Girls (2004). This film series has continued as a monthly event.

APRIL 2012
Jeff began researching films for a curated American Classics Film Series for people ages 65 and older — at the Free Public Library in Williamstown, NJ. The first screening is Monkey Business (1952) with Cary Grant, Marilyn Monroe, and Ginger Rogers on July 17, 2012 — followed by Angels with Dirty Faces (1938), Tall in the Saddle (1944), The Big Heat (1953), Lilies of the Field (1963), and Top Hat (1935).

JUNE 2012
Jeff will serve as film curator and moderator for a July Film Series at the historic Chalfonte Hotel in Cape May, NJ. On Fridays in July, he will present the films Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), The Gold Rush (1942 version), and Roxie Heart (1942).

FROM 2005 TO THE PRESENT:
Jeff attended the following film festivals for his own directed films:
San Francisco Frozen Film Festival (July 2012)
Brooklyn Film Festival (June 2012)
Cape May Film Festival (2011, 2008, 2005)
New York City Lower East Side FF (2011)
New York City Anthology Film Archives (2010)
San Francisco Frozen FF (2009)
Atlanta Film Festival (2008)
New Jersey Young Filmmakers (2008)
Provincetown FF (2008)
Ava Gardner FF (2008)
Bayou City Inspirational FF (2008)
Wildwood By The Sea FF (2007)
Open Aperture FF (2006)
Hot Springs Documentary FF (2005)
New York City Picture Start FF (formerly NYC Home FF – 2005)

FROM 2006 TO THE PRESENT:
Jeff attended the following film festivals to watch and enjoy films:
* Telluride Film Festival (as a volunteer at the Sheridan Opera House) – 2013
San Francisco Asian-American Film Festival (now known as CAAM Fest) – 2013
* San Francisco Int.’l Film Festival (Pre-Screener for Feature-Narratives) – 2013
New York FF (2010)
Philadelphia FF (2008)
* Telluride Film Festival (as Volunteer at the Nugget Theatre – 2008)
* Telluride Film Festival (as Production Apprentice – 2007)
Toronto International FF (Canada – 2007)
Melbourne International Film Festival (Australia – 2006)

 

With David Gordon Green (UNCSA alumni) at the SF Int.’l Film Festival (May 3, 2013)

June 1, 2013
Jeff is a feature-film programmer for the upcoming 12th San Francisco Documentary Film Festival, which is held June 6 – 23 at the historic Roxie Theater in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area. Giordano brings his own award-winning experience in the documentary genre to the festival, with selecting quality films for SF DocFest.

He programmed 15 feature-documentaries for DocFest.
Details below!

BETTIE PAGE REVEALS ALL (2 years before her death, Page narrates her story)

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COMPLAINTS CHOIR (Two Finnish artists collect complaints from around the world, to create beautiful songs)
FALL AND WINTER (What’s causing our environmental global crisis? This psycho-spiritual guide offers reasons and answers)
FUCK FOR FOREST (DocFest’s most controversial film: following a group who’re on a planet-saving mission)
GUT RENOVATION (Autobiographical voyage about how gentrification transformed Williamsburg: Brooklyn, NY)
MAGIC CAMP (Kid-friendly screening about the world famous magic camp for kids, which David Blaine and Criss Angel attended as teens)
THE MAYOR (88 year-old man’s love life still thrives in Texas retirement home)
MY WAY TO OLYMPIA (Paraplegic man makes an inspiring documentary about athletes training for the Paralympics in London 2012)
THE NEW PUBLIC (Follows a brand new, start-up public high school in Brooklyn, Bed-Stuy NYC: through 4 years)
PETEY & GINGER (Petey from the local SF indie music band Thee Oh Sees, is part of a dual portrait with Ginger, a fortune-teller from NYC: about life amidst economic collapse)
THE PIRATE BAY – AWAY FROM KEYBOARD (World’s largest illegal BitTorrent website, is profiled as they are sued for $13 million by Hollywood)
PUSSY RIOT – A PUNK PRAYER (Controversial Russian feminist, punk music band is profiled during their globally publicized imprisonment in Russia)
TRAINS OF THOUGHTS (Global underground, public transportation train systems are explored in this hypnotic experience: Vienna, Hong Kong, NYC, Moscow, Tokyo, and LA)
WILLIAM AND THE WINDMILL (Malawi-based man invents a windmill from junk parts to give his village electricity)
THE WOMEN AND THE PASSENGER (Four women in Chile talk about working as cleaners in a Love Hotel, and their personal views on romance, love, and intimacy)

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FEBRUARY 25, 2013

Jeff programmed 5 programs for the San Francisco Independent Film Festival.
4 shorts blocks, plus a feature. The festival was February 7 – 21.

Pictures from IndieFest:
http://www.jeffmgiordano.com/pictures-sfindiefest-february-2013/

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Jeff will curate the following films at the Alameda Public Library (Alameda, California). All screenings will be introduced by Jeff, followed by post-discussions based on his research.

December 17: The Gun Fighter (1950), starring Gregory Peck in a rare western

January 14: Beats of the Southern Wild (2012), the breakout indie hit of Sundance

February 11: Caprice (1967), with Doris Day in a Frank Tashlin thriller-comedy

March 11: Paprika (2007), the mind-blowing Japanese animated masterpiece

April: Cold Dog Soup (1990), a widely unseen dark comedy starring Randy Quaid

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*Jeff is presented Ridley Scott’s summer blockbuster Prometheus (2012) at the Alameda Public Library on Monday, November 26 in Alameda, California.

*Jeff will serve as film curator for a Monthly Comedy Film Series at the Albany Public Library in Albany, CA. The first screening will be held on January 22 forAfter the Fox (1966) directed by Vittorio De Sica, starring Peter Sellers in a legendary multiple role performance. In February, Jeff will present Elaine May’s underseen classic A New Leaf (1971), followed by the offbeat Martin Scorsese film After Hours (1985), and the zany Marx Brothers-inspired Brain Donors (1992), closing with Burn After Reading (2008) directed by the Coen Brothers in May.

*Giordano selected the Italian masterpiece, The Flowers of Saint Francis (1950) to screen in Williamstown, NJ for the Free Film Series on December 17.
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*On Friday, October 19 at 8PM Giordano will curate the San Francisco Premiere of Ross McElwee & Michel Negroponte’s documentary “Space Coast” (1979) at Oddball Film + Video Archive on Friday, Oct. 19 at 8PM.

Oddball Film is the largest film archive in Northern California.

Oddball Films, 275 Capp Street, San Francisco.
2 block from 16th & Mission BART.
Enter under “Sutter Furniture.”Admission: $10.00 Limited Seating RSVP to programming@oddballfilm.com or (415) 558-8117.

***More details on the screening***
Space Coast SF Film Premiere!
*Jeff will curate a Six-Film Series for the Alameda Public Library in Alameda, CA starting with Monday, October 22 for Phantom of the Paradise (1974) directed by Brian De Palma.

*He is a Pre-Screener for the San Francisco Film Society from September 2012 through January 2013.

*Giordano is a Programmer for the SF IndieFest from September through February 2013.

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*Jeff programmed the Fall 2012 Film Schedule for the Free Film Series in NJ. September kicks off with JOHNNY SUEDE (1991): Fall 2012 Screenings

*Also, Confirmed Films & Dates for September through January Screenings at
the Free Film Series:

1.) SEPTEMBER 10:
“JOHNNY SUEDE” (1991)

2.) OCTOBER 15:
“PUMPKINHEAD” (1986)

3.) NOVEMBER 19:
“BOMBAY BEACH” (2011)

4.) DECEMBER 17:
“THE FLOWERS OF SAINT FRANCIS” (1950)

5.) JANUARY 14:
“EL MARIACHI” (1992)
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*Jeff is assembling footage spanning the last 11 years for his upcoming film, MARK: A METAMORPHOSIS.

*KING DAVID: PART ONE has been submitted to the Sundance Film Festival, EntreVues Film Festival in Belfort, France — and San Francisco DocFest.

*Jeff will be a Pre-Screener for the San Francisco Film Society from September through January.

*Jeff will make a film about his cross-country road trip/move from New Jersey to the San Francisco Bay Area.

*Gloucester County Times news article (August 16) about
Jeff and the Free Film Series he founded:
New Jersey Filmmaker & Free Film Series

*Facebook Page for the Free Film Series
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*Jeff will serve as Guest Programmer for the upcoming Cape May Film Festival
in October 2012. He will select his favorite independent short and feature films from 2012.

* Watch Episodes from Life at Musser: Web Series

**Jeff M. Giordano is now on Twitter

*Jeff’s Paintings can be bought through this link: STUDIO JMG

*Monday, August 20 at 6:30PM of Jeff M. Giordano’s Films!!!
Jeff M. Giordano will present his old and new directed film work. This will be Jeff’s last screening at the Free Film Series before moving to California.
More Info: FREE FILM SERIES

*The Free Film Series will live on!!!
Patti Duskee (current co-moderator) will take over as monthly moderator for the Free Film Series. Jeff will continue to select the films. Screenings will be held once a month, starting in September.
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*Jeff was mentioned in an article for the Chalfonte Summer Film Series, which he is presenting: Shore News Today

*Added a page for Jeff’s experiences (photos and more) from the 10th Annual Cape May Teen Filmmaking Camp — that took place June 25 – June 29 in Cape May, New Jersey: Cape May Film Camp

* Jeff’s Twitter Account

*On June 18, 2012:
Jeff M. Giordano introduced “Night of the Comet” (1984) for the Teen Film Series at the Free Public Library of Monroe Township (Williamstown, NJ).
Here’s the video of his introduction: WATCH HERE

*Jeff will serve as film curator and moderator for a July Film Series at the historic Chalfonte Hotel in Cape May, NJ. On Fridays in July, he will present the films Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), The Gold Rush (1942), and Roxie Hart (1942).

 


*** June 16, 2012: King David: Part One has officially been selected to screen at the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival in July at the historic Roxie Theater (San Francisco’s oldest film theater).
More details soon!!! ***


JUNE 2012
Jeff attended the Brooklyn Film Festival in NYC, for his short documentary King David: Part One.

*** Indiewire reviewed his film: HERE ***

JUNE 14
A page is created for Pictures from the Brooklyn Film Festival.

JUNE 13
Two new paintings were posted to the “Paintings” page.

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APRIL 20, 2012:
Jeff’s short film King David: Part One will have its World Premiere at the 15th Brooklyn Film Festival in New York City. The festival takes place June 1 through June 10. The acceptance letter read:
The 15th Brooklyn Film Festival is glad to inform you that the film
“King David: Part One” (14 minutes/2011/USA) has been selected for
our 2012 competition, which takes place June 1 – 10, 2012. Your film
was selected from over 2,000 film submissions coming from 111 countries.

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