Numa Perrier is a filmmaker, actress, producer and co-founder of Black and Sexy TV. She directed Florida Water, a short based on her childhood, and the feature film Jezebel, about a 19-year-old who makes ends meet by entering the world of internet fetish cam girls.
Highlights (7 videos)
Numa Perrier on creating Jezebel
Numa Perrier on writing, directing, and acting in Jezebel giving her deeper understanding of her life
Numa Perrier on playing her sister in Jezebel
Numa Perrier on healing aspect of mirroring and use of mirrors in Jezebel
Numa Perrier on intention of filming in the style of white male gaze for Jezebel
Numa Perrier on showing the female experience on film
Numa Perrier on the art of acting being a gift
Marissa Korbel is the managing editor of The Rumpus, where she has written The Thread, an essay column, since 2016. Her writing has also appeared in Harper’s Bazaar, Guernica, Entropy, and in the critically-acclaimed anthology, Burn it Down (2019). She works as a staff attorney for a nonprofit that serves sexual assault survivors.
Highlights (1 video)
Marisa Korbel on finding the words
Annarosa Mudd is a producing partner for Full Moon Films, a New York based production company helmed by award - winning director/writer/producer Deborah Kampmeier. Tape is her feature film debut, and first feature as producer. Annarosa is producing future projects
Pilgrim’s Wilderness, Dirt Rhapsody, and an untitled biopic with Kampmeier. She holds a BFA in Drama from NYU Tisch.
Highlights (5 videos)
Annarosa Mudd on how it felt to read the Tape script for the first time
Annarosa Mudd on the healing aspect of mirroring
Annarosa Mudd on the male gaze cameras in Tape and Jezebel
Annarosa Mudd on sharing the burden of shame
Annarosa Mudd on how Tape takes the power back
Deborah Kampmeier is an award-winning filmmaker. "Tape" is her fourth feature film. Deborah's first feature “Virgin,” starring Elisabeth Moss and Robin Wright was nominated for two 2004 Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Actress for Elisabeth Moss and the John Cassavetes Award. Her second feature, “Hounddog,” starring Dakota Fanning and Robin Wright was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. Deborah’s third feature, “SPLit,” won Best of Show at the 2016 Female Eye Film Festival and was nominated for the Independent Vision Best Film at the 2016 Sarasota Film Festival. Kampmeier made her television directorial debut on Ava DuVernay’s critically acclaimed series “Queen Sugar” in 2019 and followed immediately with two episodes of DuVernay's new series "Cherish the Day." Deborah is prepping her next feature “Dirt Rhapsody,” as well as her limited series "Pilgrim"s Wilderness."
Highlights (7 videos)
Deborah Kampmeier on the need for diversity behind camera
Deborah Kampmeier on her writing process weaving truth and fiction
Deborah Kampmeier and Numa Perrier on emotional truth and revenge
Deborah Kampmeier on how the idea for Tape came to her, and how she wrote it
*Deborah Kampmeier on shifting from male gaze to the female experience
Deborah Kampmeier on significance of Lavinia and metaphor in the film and life
Deborah Kampmeier on the effect of the male gaze on women