Are you an aspiring filmmaker? This video is for you.
Sean Cisterna shares his journey and words of wisdom. eBOSS Canada is honored to have this interview with Sean … enjoy the video.
SEAN CISTERNA’S BIO:
Sean Cisterna is a feature film producer and director who has worked in the film and television industry in Canada for over 15 years. His projects are frequently distributed in Canada, the United States and around the world.
Cisterna’s first produced feature, My Brother’s Keeper (starring X-Men’s Shawn Ashmore and Smallville’s Aaron Ashmore) was picked up by Anchor Bay Entertainment; 2008’s King of the Camp has been airing continually on YTV in Canada and Starz in the US; 2011’s Moon Point, was sold to The Movie Network and was released nationally on DVD/digital in the fall of 2012; and his feature length documentary 30 Ghosts was developed out of the Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival’s Doc Ignite program, and can now be found streaming with the National Film Board of Canada. 2015’s Full Out, a $1.5 million family film about California gymnast Ariana Berlin, found incredible success on the small screen in the United States, with over 195 television stations airing the film as a lead-in to the 2016 Summer Olympics.
His current project, Kiss and Cry (2017), is based on the true story of Carley Allison, a promising 18 year old figure skater and singer who made medical history in her fight against a rare 1 in 3.5 billion type of cancer.
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VIDEO HOSTED AND EDITED BY: Mariya Miloshevych