Produced by Mark Gasper

& Victoria Larimore

An older gay man looks back on his life and loves. Considered a classic of early gay cinema, this thoughtful character-driven drama thriller  is a New York Times “critic’s pick.”

Available on Amazon.

Yue-sai's world

Take the antics of an aging Catskill comic and his young protégé, then add a dash of sexy vocals by Nora York.
Starring comic legend Jerry Stiller. With Ned Eisenberg and Sal Richards.

Room 32, a Film Noir

Directed by Victoria Larimore

Hailed as “a stunning achievement” by critics and playing to sold-out audiences coast to coast, this
award-winning film offers a rare glimpse into a world that shuns technology, yet manages to prosper. The film’s gorgeous imagery led one critic to compare it to Terrence Malick’s Days of Heaven. Broadcast on A&E, TBS, PBS and in more than 20 countries around the globe. Available on Amazon.

pair of jokers

room 32

THE AMISH: NOT TO BE MODERN

Film , TV and Theatre

Emmy-Nominated Drama Produced by Victoria Larimore and Oren Rudavsky

Commercial Broadcast

USA

ABC

Discovery Channel

PBS

Arts & Entertainment

Turner Broadcasting

Comedy Central

Logo (Viacom)


International

CCTV (China national television)

Channel Four, England

Canal Plus, France

Sweden

The Netherlands

Zimbabwe national TV

Swiss TV (Italian canon)

Spanish TV

Philippine TV

Polish TV


Special Screenings

MOMA (Museum of Modern Art, NYC)

The Smithsonian Institute (Washington, DC)

Anthology Film Archives (NYC)

Arclight Cinema New Filmmakers Series (Hollywood)

The Falcon Club Industry Night (Hollywood)


Honors, Grants & Awards

Emmy Nomination

CINE Golden Eagle

Humanitas Award

Chris Plaque

Semi-finalist, Nicholls Fellowship (Screenwriting), Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

Semi-finalist, Sundance Film Lab (Screenwriting)

Included in Library of Congress Special Internet Exhibition

Included in Academy Archives, Hollywood



Plays, Screenplays and

Televisionor Web Series

The Bluest Eye (Screenplay, Adaptation of the Toni Morrison novel)

The Mage (Television series, under option)

The Lager (Screenplay, Adaptation of the novel A Tale of Two Centuries)

The Magician of Wewelsburg Castle (Original Screenplay)

Beyond the Veil (Original Screenplay, in pre-production)

Manhattan Meat (Original Screenplay, semi-finalist, Nicholls Fellowship)

Animal Behavior (Original Screenplay, optioned by producer Arthur Rotatori)

Over the Hill? (Original Screenplay; co-writer)

KARMA (Original Web Series)

StarVision with Ostaro (Director, TV Series Pilot)

Hidden Realm (Original TV Series Pilot; also Director)

Conscious Living (Original TV Bible)

24 Hours AM/PM (Teleplay, Adaptation of the Anthology Play)

Angel Dog (One-Act Play)

DOGS! Waiting to Be Loved (Animated Musical, in development with Grammy-winner Charlie Midnight & Broadway composer Norman Thalheimer)


Produced by Victoria Larimore

Excerpt from Yue-Sai's World

Directed by Victoria Larimore

A traditional Japanese dance performed in a lovely garden where MEMOIR OF A GEISHA was shot.
TV episode profiling Oscar-winning Costume Designer Colleen Atwood. Directed by Victoria Larimore for Executive Producer Yue-Sai Kan.

AN EMPTY BED

SAYING KADDISH

Nominated for an Emmy, this drama about a Jewish family coming to terms with their mother’s death originally aired on ABC-TV. The fine ensemble cast includes Tovah Feldshuh, Phyllis Newman, Stephen Pearlman and Estelle Harris, and features an original score by Elizabeth Swados.


Victoria Larimore | Writer | Director | Producer]

Email: info@victorialarimore.com


Film, TV, Web and Theatre Works, 1986-Present

This film noir thriller charts the dark terrain of one woman’s desire for revenge and its unexpected consequences. Critics dubbed this international film festival favorite “darkly sensual,” “intense,” and “well-crafted.” One wrote: “I thought of Dostoyevsky.”

Directed by Victoria Larimore

Victoria Larimore | Writer | Director | Producer © 2015 | All Rights Reserved.

  Film & Video Festivals

USA

Global Village

Margaret Mead

Cinequest

MethodFest (lead nominated for Best Actor Award)

Chicago Film Festival

Flaherty Film Seminar

Women in the Director’s Chair

Los Nosotros Film Festival

Northampton Film Festival

Yardfest (“Best of the Best” Award)

Christopher Columbus Film Festival

Outfest (Los Angeles)

Boston Underground Film Festival

F4 Film Festival

Sex on Screen Film Festival (Seattle)

The Valley Film Festival

St. Pelagia Film Festival

Reel Night (Film Artists Network)


International

Mannheim (Germany)

Nyon (Switzerland)

San Sebastian (Spain)

Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival (Australia)

Toronto Italian Film Festival (Canada)


Filmmaking Grants

National Endowment for the Humanities

New York Humanities Council

Ohio Arts Council

The Nordsen Foundation

The Stocker Foundation

Screenwriting Grants

Ohio Arts Council

Lorain City Council Special Grant

Ohio Joint Council on the Arts & Humanities

Arts in Education Grants

(2 awards) COAHSI   



Theatre (as Director)

The Producers Club One-Act Festival, Theatre Row, NYC, 2010

GuerilLA Theatre, Los Angeles, Director-in-Residence, 2003-5

Love Creek One-Act Festival, Theatre Row, NYC (2 seasons) 2000-2002


Theatre (as Playwright)

DOGS! Waiting to Be Loved (in development with Grammy-winner Charlie Midnight & Broadway composer Norman Thalheimer)

Angel Dog” produced in June 2010 at The Producers Club Theatre, NYC


Reviews & Interviews Regarding My Work

The New York Times

The New York Daily News

The Los Angeles Times

The Chicago Tribune
The Cleveland Plain Dealer

The Boston Globe

The Philadelphia Enquirer

The Louisiana Times-Picayune

The Staten Island Advance

The Independent (NY Film & Video magazine)

Ohio Magazine

Timeout (London, England)

Cleveland AM,” TV program, ABC affiliate

Good Morning Cincinnati,” TV program, NBC affiliate

Short Talk, Los Angeles cable TV program

The M2 Show, Telemundo Spanish TV