Demi Pietchell

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About Me

Wellington, FL
United States
39 years old
Member Since: May 9, 2010
Birthday: January 19, 1979
Occupation: Filmmaker
My Bio
Demi Pietchell is an award-winning filmmaker with sixteen years of experience as a writer, producer, director, and media publicist. Pietchell’s work is personal and experimental, exploring the gaps between time and memory through the deconstruction of narrative, culture, myth, and media. With a fiscal sponsorship from the Independent Film Project (IFP), she is currently in post-production on her debut feature-length experimental documentary, 057 (2011), which explores the connection between trauma narrative and collective memory via ten years of mixed media documentation of a group of friends united by tragedy in their youth. Pietchell attended New York University, receiving both a BFA in Film and Television and an MPS in Interactive Telecommunications (ITP) from Tisch School of the Arts. For more info: http://demipietchell.com
Why are you supporting The 1 Second Film project?
When people combine forces, they can accomplish the impossible - when I heard about this movement to bring together the film community to collaborate on art to benefit women's rights, I knew I wanted to contribute to the project and help to get the word out. I am in love with the idea!

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Icequeen057's Perfect Moment

If you had to choose a 'perfect moment' from your life to make into a one-second film, what would it be?

If I had to choose a perfect moment from my life to make into a 1 second film, I would choose the moment I put my feet into the Pacific Ocean for the first time. Mind-blowing. I felt like I was walking off the edge of the world.

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Comments

Mon, 05/10/2010 - 9:21am

Hey Demi! Thanks for the kind words of support, sharing love for this idea, and sharing it with your friends! It's really inspiring when folks like you get involved. You're awesome.

Mon, 05/10/2010 - 10:02am

Thanks so much, Nirvan - this is such an amazing idea, and I am happy to help in any way I can!