The Sundance Institute has just announced the lineup of producers for the 2012 Creative Producing Labs, and we’re vey excited to share the news that our producers Lucas Joaquin and Tory Lenosky will be taking part with our new project Bright As Day.
A total of five narrative projects and six docs were selected to participate in the Labs. They will receive ongoing creative and strategic support throughout the year,
Here is the link to the indieWire release with all the info: http://bit.ly/BDiWSundanceProd
And here’s Variety: http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118056617?refCatId=13
Congratulations Lucas and Tory!
Bright As Day
Mark Silverman Honorees & Producing Fellows: Lucas Joaquin & Tory Lenosky
Against the backdrop of the recent London riots, a disaffected teenager finds refuge from the adult world as she bonds with a run-down horse. (Writers/Directors: Eleanor Burke & Ron Eyal)
Tory Lenosky and Lucas Joaquin are New York-based producers who most recently worked together on Keep the Lights On with Lucas as Producer and Tory as Line Producer. Lucas served as the second unit Producer for Beasts of the Southern Wild and produced the acclaimed short film Last Address, which screened at the 2011 Venice Biennale and is now in the permanent collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Tory began her career as an assistant to Jay Van Hoy and Lars Knudsen at Parts and Labor and moved her way up the production ranks working on films such as Beginners, Here and Lovely Still.