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Nara Thea Garber Edit Profile

filmmaker

Nara Thea Garber, American filmmaker.

Background

Garber, Nara Thea was born on April 6, 1970 in New York City. Daughter of Donald Graham Garber and Ikuyo Tagawa Garber.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in English, Harvard-Radcliffe, 1991. Master of Fine Arts in Film, Columbia University, 1999.

Career

Researcher, writer travel guidebook Let's Go (Italy), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1991. Teacher Latin, administrator St. Anns School, Brooklyn, 1991—1994, college counselor, 1994—1998. Co-president Topiary Productions, Inc., since 1998.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Director, writer: (films) A Quiet Chapter, 1997 (1st place award New York Student Film/Video Festival, Best Short Narrative, South Bronx Film Festival). Pas de Deux, 1999 (Silver Bear, Austria's Festival of Nations, Outstanding Narrative Short, CineWomenNY). Locations manager Baby John Doe, 1996.

      Editor (films, 24), 1999. (films, Fat Chance), 2000. (films) Amour Infinity, 2000 (Best Film, Jamaican Film Festival, Audience Choice award Los Angeles Black Film Festival).

      Business Class, 2002. Director photography, editor (films, Central Nam), 1999. Director photography (films) A Day in the Park, 2000.

      The Dead and the Dying, 2001. Director photography, editor Under Pressure, 2001. Welcome to Purgatory, 2002.

      (films, Jihad!), 2002-2003. Director photography (films) Mimmo & Paulie, 2003. (documentaries) Power, 2001.

Connections

Married Benjamin Dale Wolf, August 28, 1999.

father:
Donald Graham Garber

mother:
Ikuyo Tagawa Garber

spouse:
Benjamin Dale Wolf