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Jaclyn Nott

writer, director & producer

THE BODY OF REAL THINGS (2013)

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Photos by Jaclyn Nott (2012) Poster Art by Michael Curren (2013)

Shot from May-June 2012 after a successful Kickstarter campaign, this feature-length film written, directed and produced by first-time filmmaker Jaclyn Nott, was completed in December of 2013.

From casting actors and production crew, coordinating and directing rehearsals, location scouting, creating shooting schedules, prop and costume acquisition, lighting design and operation, audio recording, and camera operation/cinematography – all aspects of the film were managed and completed by Jaclyn Nott.

Check out the trailer here:

www.thebodyofrealthingsfilm.com

THE NEBULA ROOM (2015)

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Synopsis
Eleanor explores her fears and anxieties within the stark white walls of an art gallery. By allowing her senses and perceptions to expand and contract like interstellar dust particles absorbing and emitting light, she recognizes her authentic self, taming her tenuous grasp on sanity from within her own inner nebula – all through various art mediums.

Thesis Project
A 5-minute “proof of concept” short, Jaclyn’s thesis project (which was shot this past February 2015 in Fairfield, Iowa) will be completed in May of 2015 through the David Lynch Masters in Film Program at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa. This short will be a visual teaser to accompany a completed screenplay for the pilot episode of a new 30-minute television “dramedy” Jaclyn created titled Down The Rabbit Hole. 

Learn more about the nebula room thesis project

DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE (2015)

No two people can view a piece of art and perceive the same thing, just as no two people perceive themselves or the world in the same way.  In Down The Rabbit Hole, Jaclyn explores the nature of the perception of the individual, society, & the natural world through the lens of art, its importance in all aspects of life, the exploration of mental illnesses and imbalances, as well as how it’s funneled into the creation of art, the hierarchies within the art world, and personal self-discovery through conflict and renewal.

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Salvador Dali’s “The Rabbit Hole” (1969)
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