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Stephanie RONNET


Stephanie Ronnet is a regular contributor to Filmfestivals.com, she is based in Los Angeles, Montreal and Paris.
She is an entertainment industry and studio strategist, experienced in creating, developing and executing innovative brand strategies and impactful campaigns.
As a reporter, Stephanie was first published at 15 years of age in the UNESCO Courier, and writes for Filmfestivals.com consistently.  
Over the years, Stephanie has been the Executive Director of the French American Chamber of Commerce, Senior Executive at Entertainment News Agency, Filmfestivals.com, and she ran FOX SEARCHLIGHT France releasing One Hour Photo, Dancer Upstairs and other great movies. 
Stephanie defines herself as a Swiss knife driven by her love of cinema. She focuses on the making of her first film which she wrote, and looks for great projects to produce.


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Saving "Private" Lincoln: a conversation between Salvador Litvak, director of "SAVING LINCOLN" and Stephanie Ronnet

Salvador Litvak based his film on Ward Hill Lamon's memoirs. This outstanding first-hand account describes the unique bound uniting Abraham Lincoln to his bodyguard, U.S. Marshal Ward Hill Lamon. 

Despite encountering many obstacles during the process, Salvador Litvak took up the challenge of shooting an epic film on Lincoln on a very low budget, and conquered! 
 
Clearly inspired by Lincoln's strength and determination, Salvador Litvak gave a new meaning to "thinking outside the box". He invented a new technology called "cinecollage, which resorts to actual Civil War photographs to create the sets. 
 
Stephanie Ronnet
 
Heartfelt thanks to Rebecca Berrih
 
 

WATCH THE INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE: 

PART.1. WHY DID YOU MAKE A FILM ON LINCOLN?
PART 2. HOW DID YOU PROCEED?
PART 3. PART 3. HOW DID YOU FINANCE AND MARKET IT?
PART 4. WHAT ABOUT THE SOUNDTRACK? 
PART. 5. WHAT ABOUT THE CASTING?
PART. 6. WHAT'S YOUR ADVICE TO FILMMAKERS?
PART. 7. WHY SHOULD WE WATCH "SAVING LINCOLN"?
 

 

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