Jane Love

Directed by Andree Ljutica

SHORT DOCUMENTARY |  5 minutes | World Premiere

Jane Love is a short documentary about female power. The film situates itself between the memories and desires of Jane Love, a young woman who’s rejection of her conservative Southern upbringing has introduced her to the moody world of New York City motorcycle culture. Described with visual poetry and a fluid take on documentary form, her story is as much an analysis of journey as it is a love letter to the city that has given her the room to grow and explore without judgement or prohibition. 


About the Director

Andree Ljutica is an award winning, New York City born filmmaker approaching his craft with an interest in portraits that express the complexity and beauty of the human condition. Andree's film works have screened for audiences internationally, including the premiere of his dance film, Sweet in the Morning at the Lincoln Center's Dance on Camera Film Festival, and his last short, Punta Cana, which premiered at the Palm Springs IFF and went on to screen for global audiences from Guanajuato to Brooklyn.

Film Info

Premiere: World

Release Year: 2019

Runtime: 5 minutes

Language: English

Country: United States

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Director: Andree Ljutica

Producers: Travis Libin, Andree Ljutica

Writer: Andree Ljutica

Cinematographer: Derek Aspenberg

Original Score: Benjamin Louis Brody

Editor: Andre Bato

Key Cast: Jane Love, Audrey Grace Marshall