Producer Jordan Yale Levine Announced as New Mentor for the Spring 2019 ScreenCraft Film Fund in Partnership with BondIt Media Capital

Producer Jordan Yale Levine Announced as New Mentor for the Spring 2019 ScreenCraft Film Fund in Partnership with BondIt Media Capital

ScreenCraft and BondIt Media Capital have announced that Jordan Yale Levine is joining the ScreenCraft Film Fund Spring 2019 application cycle as a mentor and advisor. Named as one of Variety's 10 Producers to Watch in 2016, a member of the Producers Guild of America, and the founder and partner of Yale Productions, Jordan Yale Levine brings a wealth of entertainment industry experience to this year's program. His credits as a producer and executive include such recent independent films as AFTER EVERYTHING starring Jeremy Allen White, Maika Monroe and Marisa Tomei, KING COBRA starring James Franco and Christian Slater, and upcoming releases including CRYPTO starring Kurt Russel, Luke Hemsworth and Alexis Bledel, and William Brent Bell's SEPARATION starring Rupert Friend, Madeline Brewer and Brian Cox.

Past program mentors have included Alice Kharoubi, head of the short films corner at the Cannes Film Festival, and Ira Sachs, Sundance and Berlin award-winning filmmaker.

The ScreenCraft Film Fund in partnership with BondIt Media Capital offers up to $30,000 twice annually for production and post-production of short films, feature films, TV pilots and documentaries. The program will select between 2 and 4 projects per year. The ScreenCraft Film Fund is a bi-annual program seeking to support fresh voices in filmmaking and screenwriting.

"Our program has provided over $100,000 in cash grants to 9 filmmakers so far - and we look forward to discovering and supporting talented rising screenwriters and content creators with this unique funding program via our partnership with BondIt Media Capital," said John Rhodes, ScreenCraft co-founder.

"I've had the pleasure of working with Jordan and his team at Yale Productions for the past 5 years and have been incredibly impressed with their ability to consistently deliver quality content across budget ranges and genres alike. Jordan is that perfect combination of passion for the creative while having both feet rooted in the business of entertainment and we're excited to have him on board as our mentor this cycle," added Matthew Helderman, founder and CEO of BondIt Media Capital and Buffalo 8.

This ScreenCraft Film Fund is open for applications from filmmakers worldwide. The final deadline for the Spring 2019 application cycle is March 31st.

Application and eligibility info can be found here: www.screencraft.org/fund

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