The Making of Nineteen Ninety-Three
1993 is a powerful short film inspired by a spoken word piece published in the book “Pieces Of The Puzzle” by poet Nicole Serrato.
Our story revolves around 23-year old Amy who learns through boxing how to deal with the anger and pain caused by her mother’s unsolved murder.
Based on a true story, the murder of the character’s mother happened in the year “1993”. This was used as the title to reflect how long anger and pain can be held on to, in this case 24 years.
Jasmin is an actress, writer and award-winning filmmaker. She's deeply passionate about giving back to the entertainment industry that inspired her early on and completely changed the course of her life. "It is important that we support women in film and create powerful content through the female lens. I'm thrilled to be a part of this revolution."
Producer & Screenwriter
Nicole previously worked in finance and left her career to pursue writing. In 2014 she began modeling, acting, and taking classes at Anthony Gilardi's acting studio. Inspired by her acting coach and fellow artist's she began hosting "Eastside Poetry" open mic and published a book with her first collection of poetry, "Pieces Of The Puzzle."
In 2017 she adapted the poem "Nineteen Ninety-Three" in a film.
Nicole's goal is to tell stories through film that discuss psychology, mental health, empathy, and the human condition.
Arman has worked on more than 10 Feature Films as a Director of Photography and Gaffer with the likes of Chazz Palminteri, Steve Guttenberg, William Fichtner, Daryl Hannah, Michael Jai White, Dionne Warwick, Mario Van Peebles & Jean-Claude Van Damme to name a few.
Arman's goal is to create images through unconventional stories that are thought-provoking and relevant that will affect the viewer on an emotional and subliminal level.
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