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Debra Kirschner, Founder, President, Writer, Director and Editor
Ms. Kirschner received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers University in Theater Arts and Women’s Studies and is a graduate of New York University’s Film Intensive Program.  She wrote, produced, directed and edited the short film, Changing Clothes, which was screened at national and international festivals throughout 1999, receiving an Honorable Mention award at the Philafilm International Film Festival in Philadelphia.  Her screenplay, The Mammaries, was a semi-finalist in the Lone Star Screenwriting Competition as well as the Independent Feature Project’s From Script to Screen competition. She is currently finishing her second short, Walking Home, about the real and perceived dangers of walking home at night.  She is also gearing up to shoot a promotional trailer of The Tollbooth in October.  At Rutgers University, Ms. Kirschner’s series of one-act plays, The House That Jack Built and Other Feminist Fairy Tales, was produced at the Cabaret Theater in 1994. In 1995, she was part of a Rutgers research team, which conducted a survey through the Women’s Studies Department on sexual harassment in schools and co-wrote a report on the results entitled Nobody Should Joke Around Like That, which can now be found as a teaching mechanism in various New Jersey public schools.  She has published feature articles in Network Magazine including the October 1995 cover story, “Homosexuality and Judaism.”  Ms. Kirschner has worked as a post production assistant at Film/Video Arts and currently works as a freelance editor and script supervisor on independent film and video projects.

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