Author: Stacey Main

Stacey Main was born and raised in San Diego, California and is a graduate of San Diego State University, with a BS in Television, Film, and New Media Production. There she wrote and directed a PSA regarding women in media and produced a short film, La Llorona (The Weeping Woman), a modern take on a Mexican folkloric tale concerning a woman who goes insane at the revelation of her cheating husband. It was an official selection of the 2012 San Diego Latino Film Festival. Currently Stacey is a freelance filmmaker and has worked on various types of productions, including music videos, reality television, and commercials. She is also writing and developing ideas for feature length films.


Articles Written by Stacey Main:

10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2013: Errol Webber

Errol Webber caught our attention at Sundance in January 2013 when he attended as one of the cinematographers on American Promise, which won the US documentary special jury award for achievement in filmmaking. Webber currently lives in Baltimore, Maryland and grew up in Kingston, Jamaica. He moved to the US in high school when he… Read more »

10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2013: Jason DaSilva

“It was kind of like an art project”, says writer/director Jason DaSilva as he recollects the beginnings of his feature documentary, When I Walk. DaSilva, diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis in 2005, shares his day-to-day efforts as he slowly transformed from able-bodied to disabled, in his personal and often intimate documentary. DaSilva is a… Read more »