Samantha Ortt is known for her work on Daisy (2014), Exceptance (2015) and Fidelia (2015).
Name: Samantha Ilene Ortt
Lives in: Charleston, West Virginia
Occupation: Assistant Director, Editor, Line Producer, Producer, Production Assistant, Script Supervisor, Set Decorator and Unit Production Manager
Film (short) by Sam Holdren (Comedy and Drama) Producer, Actress A mother struggles to accept her teenage daughter and risks losing her forever in this coming-of-rage 'traumedy' about judgment.
Film (short) by Sheridan Cleland (Drama and Mystery) Producer, Costume and Wardrobe Department While home on holiday break, Robert meets with an old flame, Lea, for an evening of reminiscing over drinks, but gets far more than he bargained for as a dark secret and the harsh reality of a shared experience is slowly revealed.
Film (short) by Sheridan Cleland (Action and Sci-Fi) Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A tormented woman risks capture by a shadow agency as she transcends time and space to prevent a tragedy.
Film (short) by Marc Jackson (Music and Romance) Producer, Miscellaneous Crew A man emotionally lost in a life of routine is stunned by a death. While grieving at the funeral he is enraptured by a little girl who dances her way into his heart and presents him with a magical flower. The child in him awakens and his heart opens wide to life and the love of his dreams. Written by Anonymous
Film by Marni Zelnick (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew A troubled teen is sent to live with his estranged father, a park ranger. During his time there, he develops an unusual affinity with and passion for the wolves in a local pack.
Returning to Normandy: The Richard D. Winters Leadership Monument Project
Film (short) by Sheridan Cleland (Biography, History and War) Miscellaneous Crew, Editorial department Returning to Normandy is a short documentary that follows the dedication ceremony of the Richard D. Winters Leadership Monument, and features Easy Company veterans Al Mampre, Ed "Doc" Pepping, Frank Perconte, and Herb Suerth, Jr. The monument was presented by the World War II Foundation and SERKET USA on June 6, 2012, in Normandy (Sainte-Marie-du Mont) recognizing Major Richard D. Winters and all the United States Army divisions and corps during the Normandy phase of Operation Overlord. The film delves into the story of the monument, revealing the life and leadership principles of Major Richard D. Winters as told through the eyes of the veterans who served with him during the campaign to liberate German-occupied Europe. Written by Sheridan Cleland