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Earth, the Way I Left It, The
Directed by
Jeff Pinilla

USA / 2013 / 17:28

World Premiere

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Jeff Pinilla
A child coping with death in the family is visited by a stranger from the stars. This is a tale of youth preserving innocence through imagination.
Jeff Pinilla is a 24 year old, Emmy award winning writer, producer, director, and editor. Since graduating from Full Sail University in 2009, he has been nominated for 11 Emmy awards, has won 5 Promax Gold Awards, and was awarded the Ron Scalera Rocket Award at the PromaxBDA 2012 Awards. (This award is given to any individual with two years or less experience who is doing outstanding work.)

In his years since graduating, Jeff has also successfully produced two short films, Numbers on a Napkin and The Earth, the Way I Left It and a feature documentary titled The First 36 Hours: An Inside Look at Hurricane Sandy.

His first major recognition in the industry came in the summer of 2010, when he was credited for his work as producer and photographer on a print campaign for New Yorks WPIX 11 newscast. His work garnered him a Promax Gold Award for "best consumer print advertisement."

Cast/Featuring: Amelia Osborne, Erik Roccapriore, Justice Marshall
Executive Producer(s): Jeff Pinilla
Producer(s): Matthew Pourviseh
Director(s): Jeff Pinilla
Screenwriter(s): Jeff Pinilla, Matthew Pourviseh
Cinematographer(s): Justin Simpson
Editor(s): Jeff Pinilla
Composer(s)/Music: Jeff Pinilla
Sound Designer(s): Jeff Pinilla
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