Victoria Duncan Films
Victoria Duncan - Director's Reel 2020
Victoria Duncan is an award-winning NYC-based director and filmmaker. Main Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user7930307 Website: victoriaduncan.net E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @victoriaduncanfilms Victoria graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts for film and television production with a minor of entertainment business at the Stern School of Business. She also studied 35mm filmmaking at the Film and TV School at the Academy of the Performing Arts in Prague, Czech Republic. Her work has screened at the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival, the Cannes Short Film Corner, the Harvard College Film Festival, and the the New York No Limits Film Series. Featured films: The Transgressor I Am Enough Uproot Save Me: Music Video Trudy Shirley Temple Stop Motion
Give Out, Let In (short film)
The sight of the Freedom Tower sparks a memory in the dark past of a young lover. Directed by Victoria Duncan Starring Taylor Jenisch and Victoria Duncan Official Selection - Harvard College Film Festival 2014 Official Selection - The Americas Film Festival New York 2014 Filmed at Hudson River Park, NYC. Created during Sight and Sound: Filmmaking course at New York University 2013.
In this episode of the failed late 90s sitcom "Uncle Rob," everyone's favorite uncle tries to help Willy tackle his middle school woes. Uncle Rob - Sean Barry Parsons Willy - Ethan Coniglio Written and Produced by Roxy Simons Directed by Victoria Duncan Directory of Photography - Sheldon Walker Sound - Olivia Arokiasamy Editing - Meghan Cook
Radiant (stop motion animated short)
A surrealistic portrayal of a young girl struggling with self-image and discovering what truly makes her feel beautiful in life. Official Selection - The American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcase - Cannes Film Festival 2015 Official Selection - Short Film Corner - Cannes Film Festival 2015 Official Selection - IN.S.A.N.E. Animation Film Festival; Malmö, Sweden 2015 Official Selection - Smiles II Grim Costume Film Screening - Brooklyn, NY 2015
When Ashlie loses Ariel, her search takes her up the Eiffel Tower at sunset. Spontaneous filmmaking! Shot on DSLR Cannon T3 during a vacation to Paris during our study abroad in Prague through NYU. Semi-Documentary. I apologize for the shaky camera footage! Was too excited to be in Paris. Hope you enjoy! Song: Take Care by Beach House.
I have directed everything from drama, fantasy, music video, animation, and sketch comedy.
My work often bends reality to convey messages on important issues facing the world today, evoking emotional truth through storytelling.