Jerome Robbins' NY Export: Opus Jazz the Film


Jody Lee Lipes , ,

Jody Lee Lipes is a filmmaker residing in New York City. His first feature length screenplay, the period drama Confederacy, was selected for the 2011 Sundance Screenwriters Lab.

Past projects include: NY Export: Opus Jazz, a scripted adaptation of a Jerome Robbins’ ballet which won an Audience Award at SxSW 2010, had a limited theatrical release and aired on PBS and BBC; and verite documentary Brock Enright: Good Times Will Never Be The Same, which follows an emerging artist creating a solo show at a prominent gallery in New York City. After premiering at SxSW 2009, Brock was released by Factory 25 in 2010.

Jody has earned DP credits on the features Martha Marcy May Marlene (Winner Best Director Sundance 2011), Tiny Furniture (Winner SxSW 2010, Independent Spirit Award Nominee for Best Cinematography 2011), Two Gates of Sleep (Cannes 2010), Afterschool (Cannes 2008), and Wild Combination: A Portrait of Arthur Russell (Berlin 2008).

Currently shooting and directing episodes of HBO’s Girls, Jody was recently named one of Variety’s 10 Cinematographers To Watch 2011.

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