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Dore Hammond
Dore Hammond wrote, DIVINE LIGHT: A FRANK MASON PERSPECTIVE which she produced and co-directed with Richard Atkinson. Mason has painted and taught his Grand Master style at The Art Studentís League for over fifty years. Through Doreís introduction to Mr. Mason by his former student, the accomplished painter, J. Geoffrey Leckie, a film began. Hammondís interest in painting and the urge to tell a good New York story was the genesis of this film which begins and ends in New York but travels to Venice, Italy Ė now the home and studio of Mr. Leckie.

Another New York centric story is the film PLUCK written by Hammond. She was born and raised in Manhattan, wanted to create a work that payed homage to the creative forces begun in the 1950s by people she has long admired. Beginning in the fifties, a period that is often misconstrued, many New Yorkers made illustrious contributions to the culture and the arts that are not known to a younger generation. Her quest to preserve their memories for posterity became the documentary film PLUCK. It is an Atkinson-Hammond LLC 1 production that she co-produced and co-directed with Atkinson. Hammondís work as a producer has captured the attention of the industry with awards including: CINE GOLDEN EAGLE, IFP AUDIENCE AWARD, BEST SHORT DURANGO FILM FESTIVAL, PRINCESS GRACE AWARD. Her films have screened at EAST HAMPTON íS GUILD HALL and THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES. Her work as a filmmaker has been covered by THE NEW YORK TIMES and MORE MAGAZINE.



Films
Divine Light: A Frank Mason Perspective
Pluck

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