Body Job

Body Job is a meditation on inspired physicality in the workplace. It is a short documentary that highlights three people—a scientist, farmer, and preacher—who bring an extraordinary physical approach to their jobs, and their work lives. Illustrating how three people move while they work, the documentary is effective in re-framing the way office workers, their employees, and workers in general imagine the workplace and their physical presence in it.

The Body Job trailer, edited by Linda Hattendorf (The Cats of Mirikitani), with original score by Steve Horowitz (Supersize Me) can now be seen on You Tube (click here)

Producer Dempsey Rice and Producer/Director Joanne Nerenberg continue to move ahead on all fronts as we apply to film festivals, seek healthy workplace conference screenings, and angle for broadcast.

For more information please download the PDF press kit
or contact: joanne@videoroastingcompany.com



SCREENINGS

Body Job World Premiere
Santa Fe Film Festival, Santa Fe, New Mexico
December 3-7, 2008

Taos Shortz, Taos, NM
January 10, 2009

Big Sky Documentary Festival, Missoula, MT
February 13-22, 2009

Sedona Film Festival, Sedona, AZ
Feb 24 - March 1, 2009

5th NYC Downtown Short Film Festival
Audience Choice Screenings
March 4, 5, 6, & 7 at 8pm

Durango Independent Film Festival, Durango, CO
March 4-8, 2009

Awaken! International Spiritual Film Festival
Morristown, NJ
March 14, 2009

Cleveland International Film Festival
Cleveland, OH
March 19-29, 2009

London Independent Film Festival
April, 2009

RiverRun International Film Festival
Winston-Salem, NC
April 22-29, 2009

MOTION Film Festival, Tampa, FL
May 2-4, 2009

Strasbourg International Film Festival, France
Aug. 28 - Sept 6, 2009

Newburyport Documentary Film Festival
September 25-27, 2009
Newburyport, MA

Third Annual Rockport Film Festival
November 5-8, 2009
Rockport, Texas

New Filmmakers Series
Tuesday, November 24, 2009 7:10pm
New York City, NY


AWARDS

Honorable Mention, Chris Awards,
Columbus International Film & Video Festival

Best Documentary
MOTION Film Festival