Exclusive: Sf Film Society Awards Month-Long Artist Residency Award

Exclusive: Sf Film Society Awards Month-Long Artist Residency Award
The San Francisco Film Society and Djerassi Resident Artists Program have awarded Tom Gilroy the 2015 Djerassi Residency Award / San Francisco Film Society Screenwriting Fellowship, for continuing development of his script "Our Lady of the Snow." The Fellowship provides uninterrupted time for work and reflection, like a writer's retreat, in the Santa Cruz Mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean. From September 8 through October 7, everything will be provided for the recipient. Gilroy is the award-winning writer/director of three films, including Berlinale premiere "The Cold Lands," which received the Film Society's 2014 Sffs/Kenneth Rainin grant for screenwriting. He teaches film at Columbia, has been a mentor and fellow at the Sundance Labs, writes political columns for the Huffington Post and is a poet of haikus. Synopsis for "Our Lady of the Snow": When the Bishop decides to sell a gothic convent isolated in the snowy woods, the elderly nuns...
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