Created with Sketch.
Big Apple Film Festival
50 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
"Marketing Your Film" with Director of Publicity at Magnolia Pictures
Director of Publicity at Magnolia Pictures discusses strategies for filmmakers to market and publicize their films, as well as film festival strategies and distribution. Moderated by Big Apple Film Festival Founder/Director Jonathan Lipp. Magnolia Pictures is a leading independent film distributor for nearly 20 years, Magnolia Pictures is the theatrical and home entertainment distribution arm of the Wagner/Cuban Companies, boasting a library of over 500 titles. Recent releases include two-time Oscar nominee COLLECTIVE, Alexander Nanau’s jaw-dropping expose of corruption at the highest levels of government; France’s Official Oscar entry and Golden Globe-nominated TWO OF US; STRAY, Elizabeth Lo’s debut feature that takes a dog’s eye-view of the streets of Istanbul and the highly-regarded strays that roam them; Rodney Ascher’s mind-bending sci-fi ride A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX; SOME KIND OF HEAVEN, Lance Oppenheim’s documentary chronicling the surreal world of The Villages, the nation’s largest retirement community in Florida; ZAPPA, Alex Winter’s unfiltered portrait of the visionary musician and artist; THE FIGHT, following a team of scrappy lawyers inside the ACLU as they battle former President Trump’s historic assault on civil liberties; JOHN LEWIS: GOOD TROUBLE, Dawn Porter’s chronicle of the life and career of the legendary civil rights activist and Democratic Representative from Georgia; Hirokazu Kore-Eda’s 2018 Cannes Palme d'Or winner and Oscar-nominated SHOPLIFTERS; Box office sensation and Oscar-nominated RBG; Ruben Östlund’s 2017 Cannes Palme d'Or winner and Oscar-nominated THE SQUARE; and Raoul Peck and James Baldwin’s Oscar-nominated I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO. Upcoming releases include ABOUT ENDLESSNESS, Roy Andersson’s visually stunning Venice Best Director winner; visionary comic book writer/artist/filmmaker Dash Shaw’s vibrant, fantastical animated feature CRYPTOZOO; Radu Jude’s Berlin Golden Bear-winner BAD LUCK BANGING OR LOONY PORN; and Udo Kier hairdresser comedy SWAN SONG.
74 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
Creating a Streaming Series with NBCUniversal
ADAM SOROTA is a senior director and production advisor at NBCUniversal Entertainment Division. Adam has launched a variety of network series and 5 major cable networks. His comedy short film "A Bathroom on Drake", featuring Jerry Springer, was awards Best Short Film at the Big Apple Film Festival. He has previously directed projects for FOX, ESPN, MTV and BET. Adam has extensive experience directing and producing in Live Multi Camera, Film, Commercial and Field production, as well as extensive experience from pitch, budgets, build and launch for Pilots, Series and Network launches. In this seminar, Adam provides strategies and feedback to filmmakers and series creators seeking to license their projects to TV networks and/or streaming platforms. Moderated by JONATHAN LIPP (Big Apple Film Festival Founder/Director)
43 minutes | Sep 22, 2020
Marketing Yourself as a Screenwriter
Strategies and advice on marketing yourself as a screenwriter (Big Apple Film Festival Networking Conference) BOB SAENZ Bob Saenz is a screenwriter and actor. He has his written and produced numerous works including Hallmark's "Help for the Holidays", "Rescuing Madison", "Sweet Surrender", On the 12th Day of Christmas", "Sound of Christmas", "The Right Girl", "Christmas in Love", the black comedy thriller "Extracurricular Activities". He does rewrites and polishes on film and TV projects for Producers and Production Companies. DANIEL TALBOTT Daniel Talbott is a writer, director, actor, and a Lucille Lortel Award winning theater producer. He's a writer on the second season of 'The Conners' on ABC; was a writer for Weinstein Company and Spike TV on 'The Mist', based on the Stephen King novella; and his hour-long drama pilot 'Summer' was optioned and in development with Sonar and Oscar nominated Killer Films. His television series 'Rome, Georgia' was purchased by Wiip Television, and he is in development with Jim Parsons' company That's Wonderful Productions for a feature, 'Yosemite'. He is on the lit team of Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and is the artistic director of Rising Phoenix Rep. JONATHAN LIPP (Moderator) Big Apple Film Festival Founder/Director
41 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
Audience Building and Distribution (BAFF Networking Conference)
A panel discussion on audience building and distribution for independent filmmakers. JONATHAN LIPP - Moderator/Big Apple Film Festival Founder and Director MARCIA MAYER - Producer and sales executive, Independent Spirit Award nominee and winner of the Los Angeles Film Festival Alfred P. Sloan Fast Track Grant. Producing credits include Song of Back and Neck starring Paul Lieberstein, Paul Feig, Rosemarie DeWitt (Tribeca Film Festival), Dirty Hands(Independent Spirit Award nominee, Tribeca Film Festival), Inez & Doug & Kira (Big Apple Film Festival NYC premiere). Sales credits include Cheerful Weather for the Wedding starring Felicity Jones and Elizabeth McGovern, The Art of Getting By starring Freddie Highmore, Emma Roberts, Sasha Spielberg(Sundance Film Festival), Restrepo(Academy Award nominee Best Feature Documentary), In Her Skin starring Guy Pearce. DAVID PATERSON - David Paterson is the writer and producer of Disney's BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA and THE GREAT GILLY HOPKINS, starring Glenn Close, Kathy Bates, Octavia Spencer, Julia Stiles and Sophie Nelisse. His debut feature film LOVE LUDLOW was an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival and released by Starz Network and Warner Home Video. BARRY HEYMAN - Barry J. Heyman, Esq. is the founding and principal attorney of Heyman Law, a boutique law firm established in 2004 with practice areas focusing on business, entertainment, fashion, intellectual property and new media. Heyman Law clients include creative talent, businesses, and entrepreneurs. The firm provides legal counsel to creators ensuring they understand the legal and business matters in order to protect their creative endeavors. DIANE KRAUSZ - Diane has been representing artists for over 30 years. Her areas of expertise include: contract negotiations and drafting, disputes, licensing and merchandising, minors in entertainment, theatre and live performances, independent film and literary rights. February 10th, 2020 Cinepolis Theater, NYC
51 minutes | Mar 30, 2020
Film Festival Strategies and Promotion (BAFF Networking Conference)
Experienced producers and Tribeca Film Festival programmer discuss strategies for independent filmmakers to promote and market their films as they begin the process of entering the film festival circuit. DAN KARLOK - Dan Karlok is a two-time Emmy award winning and Grammy nominated director and cinematographer. Crappy Mother's Day is his first full length feature film. His other work includes directing an episode of the acclaimed Law and Order series. Dan’s other notable accomplishments include shooting Ride with Bob, a documentary featuring Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Dwight Yoakam and the Dixie Chicks, and the comedy feature film The Last Request, featuring Danny Aiello, Joe Piscopo and Barbara Feldon. His documentary, Antone’s Home of the Blues, premiered at the SXSW Film Festival as the Opening Night Film. SARAH DAWSON - Sarah is currently an Associate Programmer of Feature Films and the Senior Industry Coordinator for the Tribeca Film Festival. Additionally, she offers distribution and marketing consultation services for independent filmmakers. Prior to Tribeca, she ran digital marketing and distribution strategy at Giant Pictures, a boutique digital distribution company based in NYC, acquiring independent narrative and documentary films. Sarah began her career at Lionsgate-owned streaming service Tribeca Shortlist, working in acquisitions and creative programming. She received her BFA from Chapman University and master's from NYU. RAQUEL BRUNO - Raquel Bruno is the founder of Drive Entertainment Group. Bruno has book and produced numerous events for companies including Spike TV, MTV Movie Awards, IFC, and was nominated for an Emmy Award for the ABC/Disney Special: Disney Parks' Magical Christmas Celebration.
49 minutes | Jan 23, 2020
Legal Rights and Clearances for Indie Filmmakers (BAFF Fall Conference)
Information for filmmakers on obtaining all necessary Rights, Clearances and Legal Agreements when making and distributing an independent film, including music rights, archival footage, book adaptation rights, bio pic life rights, copyrights and more... Rosalind Richter (Entertainment Attorney and Producer, credits include "My Depression, the Up and Down and Up of It", starring the voices of Sigourney Weaver, Steve Buscemi and Fred Armisen, "Welcome to Marwen" with Robert Zemekis directing and starring Steve Carrell, Emmy award winning documentary, "I Am Evidence," produced by Mariska Hargitay with HBO, feature documentary Academy Award nominee "My Architect" Gabriella Ludlow (CinePointe Advisors, has over 25 years of business affairs and project management experience in the entertainment industry. She has provided consulting services, as well as business affairs and production legal services on more than 150 feature and documentary film projects, including Motherless Brooklyn, Lady Bird, The Disaster Artist, The Meyerowitz Stories, The Grudge, etc.) Jonathan Lipp (MODERATOR, Big Apple Film Festival Director)
55 minutes | Jan 10, 2020
Filmmaking Process: Screenwriting, Casting, Pre-Production(BAFF Fall Conference)
The Filmmaking Process: Screenwriting, Casting, and Pre-Production November 20th, 2019 Cinepolis Theater, NYC Sal Scamardo (VP FilmRise, company credits include Oscar® nominee MEMENTO, directed by Christopher Nolan; MONSTER, which won a Best Actress Academy Award® for Charlize Theron; the Oscar®-nominated THE ILLUSIONIST, starring Edward Norton; Best Picture Academy Award® winner SPOTLIGHT; and HBO’s Emmy Award®-winning GOING CLEAR: SCIENTOLOGY AND THE PRISON OF BELIEF. Televsion titles include such classics as 3rd ROCK FROM THE SUN and ROSEANNE; chef Gordon Ramsay’s immensely popular cooking shows, including HELL’S KITCHEN and KITCHEN NIGHTMARES. Jeffrey Roda (screenwriter/director, Jeff Roda has written screenplays for DreamWorks, Universal, Paramount Pictures, New Regency, TriStar, and television pilots for HBO, CBS, and Warner Bros. Additionally, he was a producer on the Sony Pictures Classics feature, Love Liza, starring Academy Award winning actors Philip Seymour Hoffman and Kathy Bates. Lillian LaSalle (President of Sweet 180 Management, Peabody Award Winning Talent Mgmt and Production company, representing actors, writers and directors. Lillian's producing credits include Southern Belles starring Anna Faris, Just Like the Son starring Mark Webber, American Cannibal - Tribeca Film Festival Jury Award nominee. Lillian's directorial debut, My Name is Pedro, had its NYC premiere at the Big Apple Film Festival) Sara Alexander (Alexander Creatives, represents artists for film, television, commercials, branded entertainment and new media. Sara represents directors, producers, writers, DPs, production designers, costume designers, editors. She also represents literary content including screenplays, books to film, and television series). Donal Lardner Ward (actor, writer, director, producer whose credits include Wes Anderson's The Royal Tenenbaums and Julie Delpy's Looking For Jimmy. He was a staff writer for the HBO series How to Make it in America, produced by Mark Wahlberg and recently directed We Only Know So Much, co-written with Elizabeth Crane. The film, starring Jeanne Tripplehorn, Damian Young, and Loudon Wainwright III, had its NYC premiere at the Big Apple Film Festival.)
61 minutes | Dec 19, 2019
The State of Indie Film Distribution (BAFF 2019 Fall Conference)
A conversation with film distribution professionals on current trends and strategies for independent filmmakers as they begin the process of distributing their films Recorded November 18th, 2019 Cinepolis Theater, NYC FEATURING: Graham Fine (The Film Sales Company, sold over 200 films for domestic and international distribution and has raised financing for numerous fiction and documentary projects. Credits include "My Architect", Academy Award nominee for Best Feature Documentary, "E-Team", Sundance Film Festival Cinematography Award, "Waitress", written and directed by Adrienne Shelly, starring Kerri Russell, Sundance Film Festival premiere, Independent Spirit Award nominee) Nick Savva (Giant Pictures Distribution, credits include "Love, Antosha" Sundance Film Festival premiere, featuring Chris Pine, Kristen Stewart, and Jennifer Lawrence, "Mr. Roosevelt", SXSW Audience Award, "King of Peking", Tribeca Film Festival, "Turn it Around: The Story of East Bay Punk" featuring Iggy Pop, Billie Joe Armstrong, Miranda July, produced by Green Day) Christina Raia (Writer/Director and the Founder of CongestedCat Productions, her work has received coverage in press outlets such as Indiewire and BuzzFeed. She works for Seed&Spark as the head of education, teaching and empowering creators to build their audience and crowdfund their work. She also runs IndieWorks, a monthly screening and community-building series. Christina has been a guest speaker at IFP, Tribeca Market, DOC NYC, ITVFest, Writers Guild of America, NYU and more...) Art Skopinsky (Monarch Films, domestic and international entertainment content sales agency that distributes Feature Films, single documentaries, TV Series and Webisodes on to TV, DVD, and Digital Platforms worldwide. Distribution partners include Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, iTunes, Google Play and more...) Jonathan Lipp (MODERATOR, Big Apple Film Festival Director)
20 minutes | Nov 12, 2019
Writing, Directing and Starring in Your First Feature Film - "Inside the Rain"
An interview with Aaron Fisher, writer/director/star/editor of "Inside the Rain", opening night film of the Big Apple Film Festival. AARON FISHER is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He has written and directed the short films Love Out of Mind, and The Hospital Visit. Of his film The Hospital Visit, two-time Academy Award-winning director Barbara Kopple said, “With a powerful vision on the effects of mental illness, Aaron Fisher directs ‘The Hospital Visit’ with utter authenticity, providing an intimate look at the brutal fragility of those suffering emotional disorders. Beautifully acted.” Aaron’s short film, Love Out of Mind, has been an official selection of numerous festivals, including the Big Apple Film Festival and the Max Ophuls Prize Film Festival in Germany. Aaron’s first feature film is the recently completed INSIDE THE RAIN, co-starring Academy Award nominees Rosie Perez and Eric Roberts.
56 minutes | Oct 23, 2019
Building an Audience For Your Indie Film (Big Apple Film Festival Conference)
RJ Millard(Obscured Pictures, formerly VP Publicity Focus Features, SVP Marketing and Publicity at Samuel Goldwyn Films/Roadside Attractions/IDP Distribution) and Celeste Erlander(VICE Media, formerly Amazon Studios) discuss strategies for filmmakers to build an audience and market their films. Includes strategies for indie film publicity, promotion, film festivals and distribution. Big Apple Film Festival Summer Conference August 28th, 2019 Cinepolis Theater, NYC
53 minutes | Sep 21, 2019
How to Successfully Cast an Indie Film (2019 BAFF Summer Conference)
2019 BAFF Summer Edition Conference "Casting Your Indie Film" August 27th, Cinepolis Theater, NYC Celine Held and Logan George(Filmmaker Magazine's 25 New Faces of Independent Film") Daniel Schechter(writer/director, "Life of Crime" starring Jennifer Aniston, "Safe Spaces" starring Justin Long and Fran Drescher) Adrienne Stern(casting director, credits include Adrift in Manhattan" starring Heather Graham, Victor Rasuk, William Baldwin, "The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle" starring Natasha Lyonne, "The Believer" starring Ryan Gosling, "Thirteen Conversations About One Thing" starring Matthew McConaughey and John Turturro. Television credits include the New York casting for That 70’s Show, Producing credits include "This Revolution" starring Rosario Dawson and "Twist" starring Nick Stahl.)
23 minutes | Jul 27, 2019
What Does The Future Hold For Screenwriters and Filmmakers? A Conversation With Claude Kerven.
A conversation with filmmaker, screenwriter and professor Claude Kerven on the current state and future of the screenwriting and filmmaking industry. Claude Kerven’s career began with the debut of his short film "Candy Store," which won an Academy Award for Best Dramatic Student Film. In 1982, he directed a series of Afterschool Specials for ABC-TV, including the Emmy Award winning "Starstruck" and the Director's Guild of America-nominated "High School Narc." Kerven also directed over 25 short films for Saturday Night Live, including the much celebrated "Synchronized Swimmers." His most recent directorial work, "They Never Found Her," starred Elisabeth Moss and Fargo's Peter Storemare. Kerven also co-authored "Mortal Thoughts," for Columbia Pictures, starring Bruce Willis, Harvey Keitel and Demi Moore. As Chair of the 1-Year and 2-Year Filmmaking Programs at the New York Film Academy, a role he has held since 1994, Kerven has developed and implemented innovative course objectives to engage and effectively teach students in the areas of directing, screenwriting, acting for film, cinematography, editing, production workshops and producing.
28 minutes | Jul 2, 2019
Writing a Marketable Screenplay
A conversation with screenwriter and story analyst Staton Rabin. Ms. Rabin has worked as a script reader for Warner Bros. Pictures, New Line Cinema, and the former William Morris Agency, and has taught screenwriting for Cunard aboard the Queen Mary 2. Staton has been a frequent guest speaker at New York University. Her unique approach to script analysis and screenplay marketing has also found a voice at "Script" Magazine, where she is a Senior Writer and has her own blog: "BREAKING IN" (www.scriptmag.com). Some of her clients have seen their movies get made, and several others have won screenwriting contests. Her own film projects have included "Betsy and the Emperor", a movie that was optioned and in development based on her novel from Simon & Schuster, with Al Pacino attached to star, as reported in "Variety".
24 minutes | Jun 14, 2019
Strategies For Releasing Your Indie Film on Digital Platforms
A discussion on strategies for online indie film distribution with former Vimeo GM of Entertainment, Peter Gerard.
21 minutes | May 31, 2019
Utilizing the Film Festival Circuit and Finding Your Audience
An interview with Loretta Harms, producer of Lambert and Stamp(Sundance Film Festival), distributed by Sony Picture Classics, as well as the documentary Gibtown. Loretta is also an Award-winning, internationally shown Multi-Media and Installation Artist, and founder of Motocinema. To view the trailer for Lambert and Stamp visit http://www.sonyclassics.com/lambertandstamp/
26 minutes | Apr 11, 2019
Making Your First Feature Film and Finding The Right Distributor
Filmmaker David Allensworth discusses making his first feature film “Soul to Keep”, as well as how he secured distribution. David is a writer/director/producer in both scripted and unscripted content. David utilizes his strength in story development, production resources, and connections to financing to establish his company, Shady Tree Films, as an emerging leader in independent scripted and unscripted production. Through the shingle, he directed, co-wrote, produced, and secured financing for the feature horror/thriller, "Soul To Keep." Additionally, he wrote, produced, and directed the multi-award-winning short thriller "Hope's Portal" which splits the screen 3-ways, and secured and produced the multi-award winning short, "Alienated" starring Vincent Pastore (The Sopranos). With his writing partner David Wagner (Van Wilder, The Girl Next Door), he is in active development on several feature comedies, dramas, and TV series. Previously, he supervised production, and created/developed programming for 3 High Definition channels for Rainbow Media. He was also Executive in Charge of Production for several years for VH1. In those roles, he was responsible for dozens of pilots, specials, and series in the broad spectrum of reality, documentary, game show, and magazine formats. David is well-trained as a screenwriter and is a graduate of both the Professional Screenwriting Program at UCLA, and Film & Television from Cal State Northridge in Los Angeles. He is a Producer's Council member of the Producers Guild of America.
23 minutes | Mar 27, 2019
Working as an Actor and Creating Your Own Projects
A conversation with Francisco Solorzano on acting and building a business around your craft. Francisco is an award winning filmmaker, actor who most notably wrote, directed and starred in the critically acclaimed/sold-out, first ever stage adaptation of DOG DAY AFTERNOON (Theatre Row Theatres). He's also known for his leading role in the two-act drama, SINS OF THE MOTHER (developed w/ Ethan Hawke, Chris Cooper, Bobby Cannavale, and Michael Stuhlbarg). Francisco has acted in and directed many productions with prolific companies such as The Flea Theatre, 59E59, INTAR, The New Ohio, LAByrinth, Rattlestick, Dixon Place, HERE Arts, Florida Stage, EST, Orlando Shakes, Stella Adler Theater, Art of Acting Studio in LA and many others. He has led the Barefoot Theatre Company as Founder/Producing Artistic Director for the past 18 years as well as co-founding the sister co., Barefoot Studio Pictures (recipient of several awards). Proud member of The Actors Studio's Playwright/Directors Unit, Actor's Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA. Film work includes The Riverside Bench (Austin Chang, Dir.); Lesson # 1 (w/ Shirley Rumierk; Alberto Ferreras, Director); Leash (Jennifer Derwingson, director), Love Simple (HBO Latino Film Festival), Between Something & Nothing (Berlin Film Festival), with Barefoot Studio Pictures, THE GIRL WITH THE JACKET written and directed by Caitlin FitzGerald, award winning FLOATING SUNFLOWERS (also dir.) w/ Anna Chlumsky, Lynn Cohen & Christopher Whalen. Most recently wrote and directed A NORTHERN STAR starring Lynn Cohen, Mateo Solorzano and the Barefoot Theatre Company Ensemble (Best Short Film at Barcelona International Film Fest; Best Screenplay Semi-Finalist at Hollyshorts Film Festival). Currently developing the short film, CONSENT as screenwriter (Finalist/Semi-Finalist Screenplay competition: HollyShorts Film Festival, LA Cinefest, Reel Erotic Film Festival).
53 minutes | Mar 13, 2019
Building Your Audience and Distributing Your Indie Film
Producer Josh Folan discusses building your audience and distributing your indie film. Josh Folan is a writer/director/editor/producer/actor that began making films in 2005, prior to which he studied finance at The Ohio State University. Filmmaking highlights since founding NYEH Entertainment in 2008 include 2018 Hamptons/Woodstock/Napa selection and Big Apple Film Festival award winner Ask For Jane, 2017 SXSW audience award winner The Light of the Moon, 2017 Tribeca best actor award winner Nobody’s Watching, 2015 Slamdance selection BODY, 2015 Raindance selection The Lives of Hamilton Fish, 2016 SOHO Int’l selection and 2017 Queens World best screenplay nominee catch 22: based on the unwritten story by seanie sugrue, 2011 Hoboken Int’l best screenplay nominee All God’s Creatures, Love Is Dead! and Amazon nostalgia doc series Batteries Not Included. Also an author and contributor to the independent filmmaking blog community, he penned the low-budget indie case study Filmmaking, the Hard Way. You can follow him (@joshfolan) and NYEH (@nyehentertains) on twitter and facebook if you’d like to keep up with his coming soons. There is also the NYEH Entertainment mailing list if you like things that make your phone vibrate.
16 minutes | Feb 14, 2019
Screenwriting: Pitching Your Script
Big Apple Film Festival chats with screenwriter, producer and founder of Virtual PitchFest, David Kohner Zuckerman. David Kohner Zuckerman is a Hollywood Producer whose credits include “A Perfect Christmas,” “The Fourth Noble Truth,” “Strictly Sexual,” “All I Want for Christmas,” “Chump Change” & “Caught in the Act.” Before heading DKZ Films, David ran Development for Silver Lion Films, where he worked on “Man on Fire” & “Crocodile Dundee in L.A.” David is also the owner of the popular website for writers, Virtual Pitch Fest.
16 minutes | Jan 31, 2019
Interview with Emily Kassie, whose new feature documentary “A Girl Named C” is screening at the 2019 Big Apple Film Festival (winter edition). Emily Kassie is an award-winning investigative journalist and filmmaker. She is currently the Director of Visual Projects at The Marshall Project. Her work focuses on human rights, corruption and violence, reporting for outlets including The New York Times, NBC, The Washington Post among others. She was the founding Creative Director of Highline, Huffington Post's investigative magazine, where she oversaw visual storytelling. She was awarded an Overseas Press Club Award for Best Digital Reporting on International Affairs, the National Magazine Award (Ellie) for Multimedia Story of the Year as well as the Punch Sulzberger Award for Online Storytelling from the American Society of News Editors, for her work on the Syrian and West-African refugee crises. In 2018, she won a Murrow Award award for her work with the New York Times covering Hurricane Harvey. Her New York Times documentary on sexual abuse in immigration detention was used as evidence in the Senate Judiciary hearing on family separation at the southern border. She is a World Press Photo multimedia winner, a two-time PDN multimedia winner and the recipient of four National Press Photographers Association awards including a Multimedia Portfolio of the Year in 2016. In 2018 she was named International Photography Award's Motion Photographer of the Year. In 2015 she won an Academy Award for student documentary for her film 'I Married My Family's Killer'. Her most recent film, A Girl Named C, premiered in October, 2018. She graduated with honors from Brown University and was a Gates scholar at Cambridge University, where she completed her masters degree in International Relations and Politics.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2021