So far in 2017:

    • Shari’s Super 8 film Woman has been accepted to the St. Louis International Film Festival, the Milwaukee Shorts Film Festival, the Big Apple Film Festival and the River Town Film Festival.
    • Picture lock on A Scientist’s Guide to Living and Dying.
    • Sugar! has been released on Amazon Prime, YouTube, iTunes, Hoopla and GooglePlay.
    • Shari was recently interviewed on the Nothing Shines Like Dirt podcast – episode 31.
    • Shari cut a POC video for Emily Lobsenz’s Love, Tears and Matzo Ball Soup.
    • Shari is currently working on the 12th draft of her screenplay, Pink Mist.
    • Shari cut a POC video for Deborah Goodwin and Alicia Slimmer’s web series Justine to a Fault.
    • Shari is currently editing the feature film A Scientist’s Guide to Living and Dying.

Highlights from 2016:

    • Shari’s first feature My Life as Abraham Lincoln became available on Amazon Prime!
    • Shari was interviewed by We Are Moving Stories. You can read the article here.
    • Shari appeared with Alice Ripley on the International Women’s Artist Salon’s radio show. (Listen to a short excerpt here.)
    • Shari completed the sizzle reel for her science fiction project Numbers.
    • Shari completed her Super 8 Film Woman and began film festival submissions.
    • Sugar! won:
        • Best of Fest (Narrative Feature) at High Falls Film Festival
        • Best Director (Shari Berman), Best Supporting Actress (Leah Barker) and Best Actress (Alice Ripley) at Atlantic City Cinefest
        • Best Female Director (Shari Berman), Best Cinematographer (Fletcher Wolfe) and Best Actress (Alice Ripley) at Glendale International Film Festival
        • The Golden Pass award at LIFFE
        • Best Narrative Feature at The Village of Brewster
        • Best Narrative Feature at The Boardwalk International Film Festival
        • Best Music and Best Actress at The Back in the Box Film Festival