Stephanie Ahn

Thursday Jul 3, 2014
$13 online or at the door
Industry City
Roof and Courtyard
Sunset Park
220 36th Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11232
Take the D, N, or R trains to 36th Street

8:00PMDoors Open
8:30 PMLive Performance by Reggie Watts
9:00PMFilm Begins
10:30PMQ&A with filmmaker Adam Newport-Berra
11:30PMAfter Party sponsored by New Amsterdam Spirits
No refunds. In the event of rain, show will go on indoors at the same location. Seating is first come, first served. No outside alcohol is permitted.

Please note that roof seating will be first come, first served. Please arrive with your guests to guarantee seating in the same area.


This Show Presented in Partnership With
Industry City
New Amsterdam

Manicure (Stephanie Ahn | New York, NY | 10 min.)

A young man is paid an unexpected visit on the morning of his mother’s funeral.


Stephanie is a filmmaker and editor based in New York City. She began her career working with directors such as Jonathan Demme and Griffin Dunne and later in the postproduction of award-winning films such as WINTER’S BONE, THE FORGIVENESS OF BLOOD and THE GIRL. She most recently edited the feature film MY OLD LADY written and directed by Israel Horovitz and starring Maggie Smith, Kevin Kline and Kristin Scott Thomas. Her work has been showcased at The Untied Nations, The Gotham Awards and many international film festivals.

Her feature scripts have been included in IFP’s Independent Film Week and she was awarded the 2013 Puffin Foundation Film & Video grant for her short film EVA which premiered at The Hamptons International Film Festival. Stephanie received her degree in Film Production at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

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