Christine F.A. Weiss attended Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia, via “Young Artist Workshop”,for four consecutive semesters. She attended The School of Visual Arts in New York City and graduated in 1998. Christine studied under many established Film and TV production talents, particularly under the mentoring of Igor Sunara (DP), with a focus on Cinematography and Lighting Design. She worked for Broadway Video in the late 90’s.
Christine was an active member of New Jersey Search and Rescue from 2000 to 2004. Eventually she became a sole proprietor of her own video production business in Wilmington, Delaware. Its main focus is legal video (CLVS), live concert events, Green TV, and indie film. She has been working with social media since the early 2000’s which helped her with her own business. In 2012 she began Social Media Management, and was enlisted as a Consultant on a number of indie film projects and filmmaking groups.
She is associated with many of film foundations to aid independent filmmakers. Her credits over the years are mostly in indie film, as Assistant Camera (AC), Director of Photography (DP), Line Producer, Location Scout, Acting, Producer, Assistant Producer, and Director of Social Media.
You can find her on IMDb, LinkedIn, Twitter, FaceBook, Instagram under the name of CFA Weiss.
Name: Cfa Weiss
Lives in: Chester Springs, Pennsylvania
Company: Invictus Films
Occupation: Assistant Editor, Camera Operator, Crew, Director of Operations, Editor, Filmmaker, Host/presenter, Line Producer, Location Manager, Location Scout, Marketing/pr, Unit Production Manager and Videographer
Unique traits: Social Media, Project Management, Humor, ride a stationary bike-type-& talk on the phone at the same time ;-), #multitasking
Grindsploitation 2: The Lost Reels
Film by Nick Box (Horror) Producer, Writer Horror exploitation anthology from twisted minds of filmmakers from across the globe.
Film by James Atkins (Action, Crime, Horror, Sci-Fi and 1 More) Producer Exploitation anthology from the twisted minds of established and up and coming directors from across the globe.
Film by Alexander Emmert (Fantasy, Horror and Romance) Producer, Miscellaneous Crew
Film by Sheena M. Joyce (Comedy and Romance) Actress Jeff and Anne, two close friends and co-workers in a suburban high school, are embarrassingly unlucky at love. With nothing else to lose, they hatch a plan to transform themselves over the course of a sex-and-alcohol-fueled summer into the cool, confident people they aspire to be. At first an exhilarating adventure of self-discovery, Jeff and Anne's journey turns into a laugh-out-loud experiment as they lose their identities, their dignity, and quite possibly each other. Written by BBCG Films
The Judas Kiss
Film by Alexander Emmert (Drama) Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A writer, an actor and the actor's wife are immersed in a love triangle, set against the backdrop of McCarthy era "blacklisting"; the actor's testimony sends the writer to prison, during which time he writes a play about betrayal, producing it upon his release with the actor starring in the lead role. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Cfa Weiss (Comedy) Producer, Writer, Cinematographer, Director "Manny's Muffins" was created for The NYC Midnight Movie Making Madness, an organization that has been holding exciting creative competitions since 2002 and is dedicated to discovering and promoting a new wave of talented storytellers.(filmracing .com/24/about . htm) The original short films (4 minutes max.) given a theme, action, and prop assignment. Our theme was conflict, our action was biting, our prop a broom. The rest was up to us. Matthew A. Basham and CFA Weiss were lucky to have so many talented people want to be part of their project. This helped build the story in the allotted 24 hours to create a story, shoot, edit, and submit. Written by CFA Weiss
Film (short) by Wesley Green (Action) Cinematographer, Sound department
140 Characters or Less
Film (short) by David J. Greenberg (Romance) Miscellaneous Crew Tyler Harrington, an African-American inner city teen, has been in love with his best friend Hazel Haffenback, a white suburban teen, since fifth grade. Tyler has never had the courage to tell her. Now 17 and in fear of losing her to a secret admirer, Tyler must tell Hazel his true feelings.
In 200 Characters or Less
Film by Mauro Giuffrida (Comedy and Romance) Actress Today, we are more affected by technology than we think. When Michael is asked to describe himself in 200 characters or less for an on-line dating service, his journey of escaping loneliness begins. But is it really that easy to find someone? In our fast-paced, self-centered society can technology be the ultimate 'cupid'? Written by Anonymous
School of Visual Arts