Moving Parts Cinematographer, Nancy Schreiber, Featured in American Cinematographer Magazine
Moving Parts Moves to Post-Production
Moving Parts' cinematographer, Nancy Schreiber, ASC, is an award-winning cinematographer based in both New York and Los Angeles. She was the fourth woman ever voted into membership into the prestigious American Society of Cinematographers. She was recently the recipient of the ASC President’s Award, the first woman in the 98 year history of the organization.
'Moving Parts' kicks off Trinidad & Tobago shoot
CreativeTT | 11 July, 2016
If you’re in the local filmmaking circuit, you must know Emilie Upczak. The Trinidad-based, American-born filmmaker just wrapped her debut feature, Moving Parts, a personal drama that maps the story of one woman’s journey and her integration into a new environment.
Trinidad and Tobago-Set Human Smuggling Drama Gets United Nations Endorsement – Production Set for June
ScreenDaily | 7 June, 2016
Production is underway in the Caribbean island nation on the personal drama from Trinidad-based, US director Emilie Upczak.
Moving Parts charts the story of one woman’s journey and her integration into a new environment, ultimately recounting how she found her way back to herself.
Globally Relevant Film Set in the Caribbean ‘Moving Parts’ Seeks Support Via Crowdfunding Campaign
Indiewire | April 18, 2016
The United Nations in Trinidad and Tobago has confirmed support for production of the film, “Moving Parts,” co-written, co-produced and directed by Trinidad-based, American director, Emilie Upczak.
Indiewire | Mar 5, 2016
“Moving Parts,” a film by Trinidad-based, American director, Emilie Upczak, whose crowdfunding campaign has only 11 days to go, is a story about two women from two opposite corners of the world brought together through circumstances beyond their control.