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Marshall Lewy’s first short film, Balkanization, about a war photographer returning home from the conflict in 1990’s Yugoslavia, starred Mark Feuerstein (In Her Shoes, “The West Wing). It appeared in a number of film festivals and has been distributed around the world by Shorts International. It was also chosen as one of twenty-five quarterfinalist films to participate in the 2003 Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival. Marshall’s second short film, Future Imperfect, also played on the festival circuit, including the Woodstock and Savannah Film Festivals, among others. Blue State is Lewy’s first feature film. He is currently developing his second feature, Exodus, with RK Films.

Lewy received his MFA in Film at Columbia University. He had the opportunity to study with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Eric Mendelsohn and Israel Horovitz. As an actor, Lewy appeared in the IFP/Independent Spirit Award-winning feature film, Funny Ha Ha directed by Andrew Bujalski.

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"Blue State": No Sequel, Please

Posted September 17, 2008 | 17:14:08 (EST)

Soon after the 2004 presidential election ended, I started to write a screenplay about a committed Democrat who, in the heat of the election season, promises he will move to Canada if George "Dubya" is re-elected. When the inevitable occurs and Bush gets four more years, our hero follows through...

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How Should Politics Go to the Movies?

Posted April 22, 2007 | 11:58:15 (EST)

In reading the posts from other Tribeca filmmakers on this site over the past week, it sounds like there will be some fascinating documentaries at the festival. But as I read about the range of interesting subject matter covered by these docs, it got me thinking more about what the...

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A Fictionalized Huffington Post

Posted April 17, 2007 | 19:40:06 (EST)

John Logue, the main character in my film Blue State (premiering at Tribeca), considers himself to be an influential political blogger. He has given up his job and his girlfriend to devote himself full-time to Kerry's 2004 presidential campaign. He documents his experiences campaigning in the swing state of Ohio,...

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