Episode 9: Ingrid Jungermann
Ingrid Jungermann (imdb.to/2ej0wX7) is a writer, director and actor. Along with several short films, Ingrid co-created the web series THE SLOPE (theslopeshow.com/), and created the WGA-Nominated web series F TO 7TH (www.fto7th.com/), featuring Amy Sedaris, Michael Showalter, Gaby Hoffmann, Olympia Dukakis and Janeane Garofalo. Her work has screened at various film festivals around the world, including the Tribeca Film Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, Outfest and Frameline.
Ingrid was one of Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 Faces of Independent Film, Out Magazine's 100 People of the Year and Go Magazine's 100 Women We Love.
Ingrid's debut feature film, WOMEN WHO KILL, www.wwkmovie.com/, (Tribeca All-Access Program, IFP Emerging Narratives Lab), premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival in US Competition, where she won the Best Screenplay award.
She is currently in development at Showtime for F TO 7TH and is working on her next feature film.
WOMEN WHO KILL is screening at Seattle TWIST Film Festival on October 21st 7PM. Find more information here, bit.ly/2es4mN2 .
In This TAMP Episode Ingrid talks with Smarthouse Creative's Rachel Green about her belief in her responsibility as a filmmaker and her desire to offer her audience a new perspective. Ingrid describes how she connects with her audience - including which emotions and genre she chooses, and explains her inspiration and outlook as a filmmaker and the way that her vision of herself, and where she sees herself in the industry has shifted over time.
In explaining her absolute response as to whether or not she takes her audience into account when making work, Ingrid replies, “I think the more personal you get and the more specific you are about your own experience, oddly enough, that translates into something more universal because I think we all struggle with the same things, deep down all of our issues are sort of similar, so I think the more you can dig into your own imperfections, your own insecurities, your own loneliness your own struggles - that opens up the audience to be able to share that with you...being honest about those things so that people feel included."
TAMP music by Dude York.