Lawrence Blume Poster


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Mini Bio (1)

Lawrence Blume was named one of the "Ten Rising Stars of Comedy" by the Hollywood reporter for his first feature-length film,Martin & Orloff (2002) which premiered at the 2002 US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. The film has gone on to win the Chris Weztel Prize for Independent comedy from the Art Institute of Chicago, The Audience Award for Best Feature at the Lansing Film Festival, "Best of Fest" award at the Sarasota Film Festival, and was the headlining film at the Toyota NY Comedy Festival. 'Martin & Orloff' made its television debut on Comedy Central.

Lawrence recently wrote and directed _Tiger Eyes (2011)_, based on the bestseller by his mother, Judy Blume. 'Tiger Eyes' stars Willa Holland, Cynthia Stevenson, Tatanka Means and Russell Means. It was shot on location in Santa Fe, Los Alamos and the surrounding canyons of northern New Mexico. It is scheduled for release in 2012.

Blume has also directed two short dramatic films; "To Walk A City's Street" (Sci-Fi Channel), a science fiction thriller adapted from Clifford Simak's short story, and "Otherwise Known As Sheila The Great", a Weekend Special for ABC Television.

Lawrence has been a sound designer, film editor, and was the founder/co-owner of PostWorks, New York's largest post-production company. As a pioneer in non-linear editing he ran the post-production center at the Sundance Filmmaker's Lab and worked as a consultant to Avid Technology.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tashmoo

Trivia (2)

Son of Judy Blume
His step-father George Cooper, who served as executive producer of Tiger Eyes (2012), also helped start a nonprofit art house theater, the Tropic Cinema, in Key West, Florida.

Personal Quotes (4)

[re lead character Davie in his mother's book, which became his film Tiger Eyes (2012)] I still really related to her sense of isolation and trying to figure her life out on her own. And I also thought it was very cinematic. I could see it, when I read: the canyons, the locations, the whole thing. I could just see it in my mind's eye, and I thought, 'I want to make this into a movie.'
[re collaboration with mother Judy Blume on Tiger Eyes (2012) ] This was a real homemade movie. There was something about the two of us being next to each other there, every day, that I think the whole crew kind of rallied around...My background was as an editor, so I think structurally. And then she's character and dialogue.
[re Tiger Eyes (2012) ] We had to shoot four huge emotional scenes in one day. Normally, you shoot one. But we got total artistic control. So for better or worse, it's our movie.
[re Tiger Eyes (2012) ] You don't get many films about teenage girls that are subtle, not hysterical, that you'd actually like to take a teenage girl who's a relative to see.

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