JACKIE STONE is an award winning director/writer and a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of The Arts. Stone has a penchant for visual story telling, delivering poetic and precise work. Her films have screened at numerous festivals including the American Black Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival, LA Film Festival Project Involve Showcase, Bermuda International Film Festival, Tallahassee International Film Festival, Durango International Film Festival, Langston Hughes African American Film Festival, Sistas Are Doin’ It For Themselves Film Festival, BERC Film Festival, Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, Cannes Short Film Corner, California African American Museum and HBO Network. Stone has won numerous awards and grants for her work including: the Jerome Foundation Filmmaker Grant in 2011 and 2015, New York State Council of the Arts, Warner Brothers Production Grant, Vague Production Grant, Kodak Production Awards and the Fotokem Post Production Grant. She received The Best Short Film Award for her short IF I LEAP from The Harlem International Film Festival 2013, and was an AICP finalist for her spec commercial work. She was both a screenwriting finalist for the Sundance Institute and the Nickelodeon fellowship. She was a Project Involve Directing Fellow 2012-2013 and now serves as CEO and Chief Content Creator of Enchant TV, a digital network.
- Enchant TV
- Comperison, the digital series, episode 5
- Young Thug (she loves it!)
- Killer of Sheep, great example of black cinema.