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Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: d***@***.com
Little Dust Productions
104 West 14Th Street #4
New York , New York 10011
United States

Company Description: Little Dust Productions was founded by Jasmine Dellal to produce artistic films with a social conscience. Jasmine Dellal was raised in England, but also spent...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • French & Spanish
    Oxford
  • French & Spanish
    Oxford University
  • Bachelors degree , Modern Languages
    Oxford University
  • Bachelors degree , Modern Languages ( French and Spanish language & literature )
    Balliol College
  • Masters
    University of California at Berkeley
  • Masters , Journalism
    UC Berkeley
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Little Dust Productions - Film When the Road Bends, Tales of a Gypsy Caravan - World Music Documentary Film
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Jasmine Dellal grew up in England and spent much of her childhood with grandparents in a south Indian village. After studying French & Spanish at Oxford University, she made short films for her Masters at U.C. Berkeley and won a student Emmy for a profile of a homeless photographer.
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In the early 1990s, Dellal stumbled on a book about "Gypsies" which ended up launching her on a decade of making films about Roma.
Dellal directed, produced, wrote & edited her first feature documentary, "AMERICAN GYPSY: a stranger in everybody's land" (which had an arthouse theatrical release; played dozens of festivals worldwide; won awards; and aired on PBS's prestigious POV series, drawing the season's highest ratings). Dellal founded Little Dust Productions to make artistic films with a social conscience. She has also developed educational outreach programs, and she teaches occasional classes in the USA and Europe, and enjoys guiding new directors to create their own films.
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In-depth interview with Jasmine Dellal about GYPSY CARAVAN and AMERICAN GYPSY
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RADIO - interview with Jasmine Dellal and musings on Roma and music.
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Through work on her last film, Jasmine Dellal made contacts with Roma who are eager to work on this project.
Passholders | Stranger than Fiction
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Jasmine Dellal is an award-winning documentary director and producer. She founded Little Dust Productions to make artistic and entertaining films that, in some small way, may help make the world a better place. Her feature documentaries AMERICAN GYPSY and WHEN THE ROAD BENDS... TALES OF A GYPSY CARAVAN both had successful theatrical, TV and DVD releases around the world. Jasmine was raised in England, but also spent much of her childhood with a grandmother in India. She began making films under the wing of the iconic filmmaker Marlon Riggs. Now based in New York and London, Jasmine is involved in all aspects of independent film, from creation to distribution and extensive social outreach programs.
Little Dust Productions | About Us
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Jasmine Dellal
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Little Dust Productions was founded by Jasmine Dellal to produce artistic films with a social conscience.
Jasmine Dellal was raised in England, but also spent much of her childhood in India with her grandmother and godmothers. She received her Bachelors degree in Modern Languages at Oxford University (French and Spanish language/literature, from Balliol College). In 1993, Dellal completed a Master's degree in Journalism at the University of California at Berkeley, where she studied under the acclaimed documentarian Marlon Riggs.
" AMERICAN GYPSY: A Stranger In Everybody's Land" was the first feature documentary to be produced and directed by Dellal. It aired on national US television (PBS' POV series), won awards, and played in U.S. art theaters and in festivals worldwide.
Dellal's next film, " GYPSY CARAVAN: When The Road Bends..." won awards & screened at about 100 international festivals, and theatrically in the USA, UK, Canada, France, Japan, Poland, etc. It was produced in collaboration with ITVS and Fortissimo Films.
For more than 15 years, Dellal's film work has brought her close to many Roma ("Gypsies") and their culture. She is executive producer of the first documentary by an American Rom (George Eli's Searching for the 4th Nail).
While at Berkeley, Dellal won a student Emmy Award for "In His Own Image," a profile of a homeless photographer. She then co-directed "She Says," a half-hour documentary about strong American women dissociating themselves from feminism in the 90s. From 1993-95, Dellal was Associate Producer and Assistant Editor of Marlon Riggs' final film " Black Is...Black Ain't," which showed on TV and theatrically (won top awards from Sundance and many more). Dellal also enjoys working with other filmmakers on their projects (Roko Belic, Genghis Blues; Marco Williams; Sam Green, Utopia in Four Movements, etc).
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Based in New York and London, Dellal is involved in all aspects of work on independent film, from creation to distribution and extensive social outreach programs.
Little Dust Productions | About Us
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Jasmine Dellal
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Little Dust Productions was founded by Jasmine Dellal to produce artistic films with a social conscience.
Jasmine Dellal was raised in England, but also spent much of her childhood in India with her grandmother and godmothers. She received her Bachelors degree in Modern Languages at Oxford University (French and Spanish language/literature, from Balliol College). In 1993, Dellal completed a Master's degree in Journalism at the University of California at Berkeley, where she studied under the acclaimed documentarian Marlon Riggs.
" AMERICAN GYPSY: A Stranger In Everybody's Land" was the first feature documentary to be produced and directed by Dellal. It aired on national US television (PBS' POV series), won awards, and played in U.S. art theaters and in festivals worldwide.
Dellal's next film, " GYPSY CARAVAN: When The Road Bends..." won awards & screened at about 100 international festivals, and theatrically in the USA, UK, Canada, France, Japan, Poland, etc. It was produced in collaboration with ITVS and Fortissimo Films.
For more than 15 years, Dellal's film work has brought her close to many Roma ("Gypsies") and their culture. She is executive producer of the first documentary by an American Rom (George Eli's Searching for the 4th Nail).
While at Berkeley, Dellal won a student Emmy Award for "In His Own Image," a profile of a homeless photographer. She then co-directed "She Says," a half-hour documentary about strong American women dissociating themselves from feminism in the 90s. From 1993-95, Dellal was Associate Producer and Assistant Editor of Marlon Riggs' final film " Black Is...Black Ain't," which showed on TV and theatrically (won top awards from Sundance and many more). Dellal also enjoys working with other filmmakers on their projects (Roko Belic, Genghis Blues; Marco Williams; Sam Green, Utopia in Four Movements, etc).
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Based in New York and London, Dellal is involved in all aspects of work on independent film, from creation to distribution and extensive social outreach programs.
Jasmine ...
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Jasmine Dellal
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Film directed and produced by Jasmine Dellal whose previous feature, AMERICAN GYPSY, won international acclaim for its portrait of an American Romani family battling a decade of drama.
Jasmine Dellal
Jasmine Dellal grew up in England and spent much of her childhood with grandparents in a south Indian village. After studying French & Spanish at Oxford University, she made short films for her Masters at U.C. Berkeley and won a student Emmy for a profile of a homeless photographer.
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In the early 1990s, Dellal stumbled on a book about "Gypsies" which ended up launching her on a decade of making films about Roma.
Dellal directed, produced, wrote & edited her first feature documentary, "AMERICAN GYPSY: a stranger in everybody's land" (which had an arthouse theatrical release; played dozens of festivals worldwide; won awards; and aired on PBS's prestigious POV series, drawing the season's highest ratings). Dellal founded Little Dust Productions to make artistic films with a social conscience. Now based in New York, she teaches occasional classes in the USA and Europe, and enjoys guiding new directors to create their own films.
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