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Michelle Memran

Michelle Memran is a journalist, artist and filmmaker. For nearly twenty years she’s worked as a Reporter-Researcher in New York City, primarily for Vanity Fair magazine. She’s also written about theater for Newsweek, The New York Times, The Brooklyn Rail and American Theatre magazine. The Rest I Make Up is her first film, for which she has received funding from the New York State Council on the Arts, Frameline, Astraea, piece by piece productions, and numerous individual donors. After spending two years editing in residencies at Brown University and the MacDowell Colony, Michelle began working with editor Melissa Neidich (Dark Days, Two Towns of Jasper), and together they have just completed a rough cut of this feature-length documentary. (4/18)

The Rest I Make Up
A film by Michelle Memran, 2018, 79 min., Color

The visionary Cuban-American dramatist and educator Maria Irene Fornes spent her career constructing astonishing worlds onstage and teaching countless...

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