Manuela Senatore (Skilla Productions) is a freelance filmmaker based in Brooklyn, currently producing video content for non-profit organizations and individuals. Formerly a communications professional, she has been working in the non-profit sector since 2002. Her experience includes assignments with the European Union in Brussels and former political party The Democrats of the Left in Italy. In 2006 she relocated to New York working as a correspondent and photographer for the Italian magazine Acqua a Sapone. Manuela later studied filmmaking and started working on several film projects, including her own short film A Journey to Homeland. In 2011 she joined One Day on Earth, a worldwide media project documenting what happens on the planet over a 24-hour period. A member a New York Women in Film and Television, Manuela holds a BA in History and a BA in Political Science from La Sapienza University of Rome.
Film (Short, Horror and Thriller) Production manager A writer doing research for his next novel commits himself into a mental asylum in order to investigate a string of grotesque, unsolved murders.
One Day on Earth
Film (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew One Day on Earth is the first film made in every country of the world on the same day. We see both the challenges and hopes of humanity from a diverse group of volunteer filmmakers assembled by an participatory media experiment. The world is greatly interconnected, enormous, perilous, and wonderful. Written by Kyle Ruddick
A Journey to Homeland
Film (Drama and Short) Director/Producer Marcela, a young woman from Colombia, relocated to New York to find a career but is disappointed with the experience. Her friendship with an older woman from her hometown gives her a new understanding of the traditions and the values that she has left behind. Written by Anonymous
Dirk & Stella
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