Blake Feldman

Savannah, Georgia

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About Me

Blake was awarded the Burt Reynolds’ Scholarship, the highest student honor distributed
from the Palm Beach International Film Festival, in 2004. While attending Florida State
University, Blake Feldman joined Sigma Phi Epsilon, a fraternity that encouraged him to
begin his first business: Feldman Studios. A single person company that grew to a 10-
employee enterprise with a promising clientele, which included Ted Turner, Florida State,
and Thompson Media Corporation’s BarBri. Blake was then accepted to FSU’s Jim Moran
Institute of Global Entrepreneurship, a limited access program, where he won 2nd place in a
campus wide business plan competition. Blake graduated from FSU Cum Laude with a
hunger to pursue his dreams in filmmaking, and so he filmed his first feature, “American
Paradise” and first television Pilot, “Short and Sketchy,” juggling all the technical and
creative jobs on set. After one year of shooting independent films, Blake decided to attend
Graduate Film School at the Savannah College of Art and Design to follow his passion and
turn it into his career.

Blake’s films have been premiered at 14 film festivals over the last 2 years. He was also
awarded the Silver Lei Award from the 2010 Honolulu Film Festival and first runner up
from the AOF Film Festival. Blake graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design
with his M.A. in Film and Television. He currently resides in Savannah, Georgia, where his
first feature film “American Paradise” is now wrapping post-production. His plan is to write
a case study on the distribution of the film through his independent distribution model in
order to demonstrate the opportunity for “Noir.”

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