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  • Fall To Rise

    “Fall to Rise is a heart filling drama about the outstanding dedication of dancers to their art. Director Jayce Bartok beautifully captured the emotional difficulties of dancers coming to terms with age and identity.”
    — Robert Redford

    This award winning feature film is the directorial debut of Jayce Bartok and stars the incomparable
    Daphne Rubin-Vega in a stunning performance noted by Michael Musto to be “... raw, real, funny, passionate, and full of aching humanity.”

    The film also features fantastic performances by legendary dancers Katherine Crockett and Desmond Richardson.

    The film follows a renowned principal dancer whose injury forces her out of her company and uncomfortably into the role of motherhood. She realizes that her identity depends on her career and she struggles to return with the help of another former company dancer. This is a timeless tale with a distinctly New York flavor, revealing the conflict between art and life, between marriage and independence.

    Wendy Whelan says “This film takes a very serious look at the identity crisis every serious dancer faces when facing a loss of their art, and also gives us insight to the extraordinary bonds we all build as professional dancers within a company. This story speaks for so many of us and for the intensity, both high and low that come along with being a part of this art form. It gives a beautiful heart-wrenching nod to those special souls who come into, or back into, our lives to help us through it all.”
    — Wendy Whelan

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    "A great depiction of the continuing Elvis obsession that, even decades after his departure, continues to get more creepy and darkly humorous. Mark my words, within a couple hundred years this will be a full-blown religion."

    - Richard Linklater

    Directed By
    Jayce Bartok, Tiffany Bartok

    Produced By
    Andrew Bates, Joelle Carter, Jayce Bartok, Tiffany Bartok

    Altered By Elvis explores 8 lives permanently changed by Elvis Presley. A festival favorite, this award winning documentary features interviews with the infamous Denson Brothers, Larry Gellar, the controversial enigma Paul MacLeod of Graceland Too, and legendary photographer Alfred Wertheimer.

    $4.99 Buy
  • Sunburn

    Sunburn, a short film, 2012.

    Directed and Written by: Jayce Bartok

    Produced by: Tiffany Bartok, Patricia Beaury, Patrick Morris,

    Starring: Jack Falahee (How To Get Away With Murder), Damian Young (The Comeback), and Kate McClure.

    A young man looking to make his mark in reality TV gets a job at a network only to find himself morally conflicted when he picks a new couple for the popular franchise, The Manhattan Social Club. How far will Kevin go to secure his place in network television?

    $1.99 Buy

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