Julia Pasternak

Julia Pasternak

Camera operator, crew and director in Los Angeles, California

About Julia

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Name: Julia Pasternak

Lives in: Los Angeles, California

Occupation: Camera Operator, Crew, Director, Editor, Filmmaker, First Assistant Camera and Second Assistant Camera

Credits

  • The Boy Downstairs

    The Boy Downstairs (2016)
    Film (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department A young woman moves back to New York City after a failed experiment of life in Europe and inadvertently rents an apartment one floor above her ex-boyfriend's, quickly reopening old wounds. Awkwardness and hilarity ensue as she tries to prove she has no interest in him while continuously eavesdropping on his activities.

  • Sorry For Your Loss

    Sorry For Your Loss (2016)
    Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Sorry For Your Loss is a short comedy-drama about four friends who reunite after a mother's death. While they struggle with what to do with the remains of a woman they all disliked, they're forced to think about their relationships with family, death, and each other.

  • As You Are

    As You Are (2016)
    Film Camera and Electrical Department Set in the early 1990's, "As You Are" is the telling and retelling of a relationship between three teenagers as it traces the course of their friendship through a construction of disparate memories prompted by a police investigation.

  • 11:11

    11:11 (2015)
    Film (Short, Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »

  • Hello, My Name Is Doris

    Hello, My Name Is Doris (2015)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department A self-help seminar inspires a sixty-something woman to romantically pursue her younger co-worker.

  • Sugar!

    Sugar! (2015)
    Film (Drama and Music) Camera and Electrical Department Leslie (Tony Award Winner ALICE RIPLEY), a housewife and 50-plus piano teacher, decides to follow her life-long dream of being a rock 'n roll singer much to the chagrin of her husband (SAG Award Winner ROBERT CLOHESSY), who is running for political office and her daughter (LEAH BARKER) who is about to embark for college.

  • You Bury Your Own

    You Bury Your Own (2015)
    Film (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »

  • Maybe Tomorrow

    Maybe Tomorrow (2014)
    Film (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department When faced with a lengthy prison sentence, Russ Mahler, a career criminal armed with a destructive secret, blackmails the only man that can get him off the hook, Manhattan District Attorney Graham Seifert. An ambitious politician on the rise, Graham's life is upended when Senator Monty Clemens asks him to join his ticket in a campaign to become the next Governor of New York. Clemens, an un-apologetically corrupt politican, is currently being investigated by the D.A.'s office for a multi-million dollar embezzling scheme so Graham must choose...either finish an investigation that could have the Senator impeached...or ride his coattails and become the youngest Lieutenant Governor in New York State history. Written by Michael Wolfe

  • All Wifed Out

    All Wifed Out (2012)
    Film (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department After his girlfriend asks him to move in with her, a guy's two best friends plan an epic night out in New York City to help him decide if he wants to stay in his relationship or not.

  • Delivering the Goods

    Delivering the Goods (2012)
    Film (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Delivering the Goods is a "follow your dreams" comedy about Steve, a first generation Italian-American wishing to become a head chef against his father's blue-collar judgment. Unfortunately, Steve doesn't have a culinary degree, so his dream quickly hits a brick wall and in order to pay the bills, he takes a job with a package delivery service. Initially embarrassed by his new 9-to-5 existence, Steve soon learns there is more than one way to pursue your dreams and the answers to life's toughest questions are found when you stop looking for them. Written by Anonymous

  • Plastic

    Plastic (2011)
    Film (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department In this eerie and elegiac rumination on love and loss, a young Brooklyn woman is haunted by a relationship that ended abruptly and under mysterious circumstances.

  • Carla

    Carla (2011)
    Film (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Carla is a trans woman who faces opposition from her family as she finishes her transition. At the same time, she falls in love with Sam, a man who seems to love her for who she is. However, when Carla finally obtains the means to complete her transition, Sam begins to question their relationship. Now, Carla must choose between being herself and living a lie for the man she loves.

  • Last Kung Fu Monk

    Last Kung Fu Monk (2010)
    Film (Action, Adventure, Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A Shaolin Monk comes to the United States to take care of his deceased brother's son. He establishes a school with a former student who leads him into trouble with the Russian Mafia.

  • The Engadget Show

    The Engadget Show (2010)
    Television (Talk-Show) Camera and Electrical Department A live experience that incorporates one-on-one interviews with tech luminaries, raucous roundtables with the hyper-smart editors of Engadget, and music from cutting edge chiptune artists.

  • Damn It Andy

    Damn It Andy (2010)
    Film (Short, Drama and Horror) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A new mother overcomes difficulty breastfeeding after believing herself to be telekinetic.

  • White Irish Drinkers

    White Irish Drinkers (2010)
    Film (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department It's early autumn of 1975 in Brooklyn and 18-year-old Brian Leary (Nick Thurston) is killing time, pulling off petty crimes with his street tough older brother Danny (Geoff Wigdor), whom he both idolizes and fears. He doesn't really want to be a criminal, but he doesn't share the dreams of his old friends from their working class neighborhood either. They all yearn for the culturally approved 9-to-5 Civil Service jobs with benefit packages that will carry them through weekends of beer into lazy retirement. Brian doesn't want to end up in a soul-numbing job like his buddies, but he's sure he doesn't want to be like his best friend Todd (Zachary Booth) either. Todd has betrayed their blue-collar roots by accepting a scholarship to college. But Brian has a secret -- he's a talented artist. In the basement of the bagel shop beneath his parent's apartment, he creates impressionistic charcoal and watercolor images of the stifling city that surrounds him. When he puts on his headphones and ... Written by Official site

  • The Fighter

    The Fighter (2010)
    Film (Biography, Drama and Sport) Art department The Fighter is a drama about boxer "Irish" Micky Ward's unlikely road to the world light welterweight title. His Rocky-like rise was shepherded by half-brother Dicky, a boxer-turned-trainer on the verge of being KO'd by drugs and crime. Written by anonymous

  • Misunderstood

    Misunderstood (2009)
    Film (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A short film about youth and masculinity.

  • Peter and Vandy

    Peter and Vandy (2009)
    Film (Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department 'Peter and Vandy' is a love story told out of order. Set in Manhattan, the story shifts back and forth in time, juxtaposing Peter and Vandy's romantic beginnings with the twisted, manipulative, regular couple they become. The film explores the question most couples ask themselves... 'How the hell did we get this way?' Written by Anonymous

  • Veronika Decides to Die

    Veronika Decides to Die (2009)
    Film (Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew The story centers on Veronika, a woman in her mid twenties who appears to have everything: good looks, good job and a great life ahead of her. Yet she decides to end her own life. She is unsuccessful and awakens in a mental hospital where she learns that she has only a short time to live. However in the hospital she meets people who are only 'insane' because they don't always follow society's rules. With little left to lose, Veronika embarks on a journey on which she frees herself to experience relationships and emotions and ultimately discovers what it means to live. Written by Anonymous

  • Sordid Things

    Sordid Things (2009)
    Film (Drama and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew A wealthy couple hires their cousin to be the surrogate for the child they are unable to have on their own, but chaos ensues when the woman holds the baby hostage for ransom. In this vicious game of cat and mouse, unlikely alliances are forged and nothing is ever what it seems. Written by amazon

  • The Good Wife

    The Good Wife (2009)
    Television (Crime, Drama and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department Alicia Florrick is the wife of a former state's attorney for Cook County. He has been imprisoned after a sex and corruption scandal. Alicia must deal with the public humiliation. She must also fend for her two children. After years of being a housewife and mother, she returns to work as a litigator at the law firm Stern, Lockhart & Gardner. She must now prove herself in the courtroom. Written by Anonymous

  • The Good Guy

    The Good Guy (2009)
    Film (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Ambitious young Manhattanite and urban conservationist Beth wants it all: a good job, good friends, and a good guy to share the city with. Of course that last one is often the trickiest of all. Beth falls hard for Tommy, a sexy, young Wall Street hot-shot. But just as everything seems to be falling into place, complications arise in the form of Tommy's sensitive and handsome co-worker Daniel. Beth soon learns that the game of love in the big city is a lot like Wall Street -- high risk, high reward and everybody has an angle. Written by Roadside Attractions

  • Bored to Death

    Bored to Death (2009)
    Television (Comedy, Crime and Mystery) Art department A well-meaning but struggling writer decides to lead a sort of double life by pretending to be a private detective using the methods he read about in old detective novels.

  • Kings

    Kings (2009)
    Television (Drama and Sci-Fi) Art department King Silas Benjamin came to power in a mythical battle against the rival neighbor republic of Gath, capitalizing brilliantly and ruthlessly on his near-godly image. Farm-boy David Shepherd performs as well, saving Silas's crown prince in another epic battle, but is too noble and naive to aspire personal benefit rather then devoutly serve king and country. Nevertheless, after Silas decides to abuse David's legend, the hero is drawn into palace intrigues culminating into coup plans against Silas. Written by KGF Vissers

  • War Is a Bitch

    War Is a Bitch (2009)
    Film (Short, Action, Sci-Fi and War) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director In the very near future, civil war grips New America. The population of clones has exploded. To combat them, Executive Order 507A is issued, drafting anyone capable into military service. A new plan is conceived that will, hopefully, turn the tide of the war. Hope, member of Alpha Team, is given this vital mission. This is not just her story but the story of six brave soldiers who fight for the right to be human. During their mission, the women discover that some of them are not human at all, but something entirely different. What would you do if the very thing you are bent on destroying is who you truly are? Written by Anonymous

  • The Last International Playboy

    The Last International Playboy (2008)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Jack Frost's playboy lifestyle in New York City is rocked by the news that his childhood love is engaged. Amidst his friendships with Scotch Evans, a ribald nightlife correspondent; Ozzy, a troubled but loving heroin addict; and Kate Hardwick, a bewitching, quick-witted reporter, Jack sinks deeper into depression. Haunted by lost-love and his mother's suicide, Jack plunges into whiskey and self-destruction . . . until his eleven-year-old neighbor, Sophie, an unlikely mother figure, leads Jack back into himself, and out of the nostalgia and excess that consumed him. Written by frost@virtualism.net

  • Uncertainty

    Uncertainty (2008)
    Film (Drama and Romance) Art department A young couple, Kate and Bobby, flip a coin on the Brooklyn bridge to determine the paths their lives take that day, the Fourth of July. The green path takes them to Brooklyn where they spend a quiet day with Kate's family, coming to a better understanding of their status as a couple. The yellow path takes them to Manhattan where they are being chased by a gunman and are in the center of a dangerous crime ring involving large amounts of money. What does the future hold for Kate and Bobby? Written by napierslogs

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