Jennifer Elster

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Jennifer Elster
Jennifer Elster at home.
Jennifer Elster
Born New York, New York
Occupation Director, Writer, Artist

Jennifer Elster is an only child born and raised in New York City. Elster is an experimental artist, filmmaker, writer, photographer, performer and founder of The Development, an underground, multi-faceted studio in New York City. Elster’s work compulsively penetrates depth while playing with the boundaries of filmmaking. Elster takes an unabashed look, both documentary and fiction, into the complexities of the psychology of existence with original vocalization by Yoko Ono and a daring cast that includes Alan Cumming, Moby, Terrence Howard, Paz de la Huerta, Bob Mankoff, Rufus Wainwright, Temple Grandin, Famke Jannsen, Questlove, Liya Kebede, Dave Matthews, Aimee Mullins, Will Shortz, Jorgen Leth and others.

Elster disappeared for many years into the The Development, which has become an experiential form of artwork in itself; a living exhibit. There she works incessantly, rarely stopping to share her work, compulsively creating. During these years Elster directed a body of work, a collection of upcoming feature films including The Peculiar Underground, Into the Cave, In My Mirror, Concrete Underground, A Walk Into A Split Mind, The Mill and …In the Woods aka The Being Experience.

The interactive site ITWPathway and The Prologue for the film series The Being Experience were released; however, the series release date is yet to be announced. In the winter of 2014 Elster will launch both ChannelELSTER, an online website for Out of the Ordinary Cinema, and J. Elster, a handmade collection of custom leather accessories and edition artwork.

Elster is the author of Headville.[1]

Only the prologue has been released online of the introspective film series entitled THE BEING EXPERIENCE.[2] "What on Earth is The Being Experience? Puzzled and intrigued?"[3] Described by Rolling Stone as an "enigmatic series...search for hints",[4] and Paste Magazine as an "eerie psychological ride",[5] PART ANIMAL was the official launch of the first installment from The Prologue on the channel at THE BEING EXPERIENCE.[6] "A daring walk into the unknown, the film series delves deep inside each subject and ends up in unchartered terrain"[7]—The Huffington Post calls the experience a "seduction into our own existence" and “a mysterious, existential film journey.”[8] The multi-part film series is a "mystery to everyone, even its subjects".[9] The cast were not told anything before signing onto the project.[10] Appearing to be dropped off in the middle of nowhere,[11] "Elster's subjects are both literally and figuratively unaware of their path,"[12] leading many of them to be very pensive about themselves and their lives.[13] Yoko Ono contributed first time original vocalizations for a feature film, which are scored throughout.[14] USA Today noted that people have been speculating about Elster's "mysterious multimedia project for a long time"—saying "in fact, it's been nearly three years since 'clues' began popping up online."[15] An interactive online experience that began as ITWPATHWAY,[16] a blog,[17] a trailer,[18] “pieces”, and online clues were released during post production (a storytelling puzzle of multimedia interactivity),[19][20][21] that have now come together under the banner of THE BEING EXPERIENCE.[22]

Next: "The series of feature films, soon to be released/hurled into the world.”[23]

Early life[edit]

Born at New York Hospital, Elster grew up predominantly in NYC.[24]

Having moved around a bit as a young child, she lived from the age of 4 to 6 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania among the Amish (as a non-Amish) where horse and buggies were a norm. During these formative years of her life, she became deeply connected to nature and the freedom in it.

Elster moved back to New York City, where she began second grade and where she has resided since. She attended Catholic School for junior High School where she opted to not make her communion, unable to embrace organized religion. Her time at Catholic School was marked by Elster standing up against a racist nun who was harassing an African American student. She then attended Joan of Arc and Brandies, her district’s public school on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, notably the most dangerous schools in Manhattan at the time.[25]

She went on to study at NYU[26] where she majored in psychology and writing.[27] Though engrossed in writing, Elster also had an inspired curiosity in studying film, which she began towards the end of her studies at NYU. After graduating, she furthered her studies in film at The New School.[28]

Career[edit]

"Experimental filmmaker Jennifer Elster prefers to avoid specifics when she talks about her mysterious new star-studded film series, THE BEING EXPERIENCE." In an interview with Rolling Stone Elster said, "I'm completely connected to the core of my existence and the truth. It's what I care about. Which means...what, exactly?" When asked what inspired the project: "One question that I had in my mind, which I answered in the woods. And what question would that be? She won't say."[29] For the past several years, she has been engrossed in this masterwork—the multi-part film series THE BEING EXPERIENCE,[30] which is her most innovative project to date.[31] Drawn to exploring the unknown, a risk taker and boundary pusher by nature, Elster’s work illustrates the “unruly excursions into the recesses of the mind".[32] Elster said to the Huffington Post, “…In the Woods definitely errs on the side of danger, existing outside the bounds of how we are expected to behave.”[33] This tendency towards illuminating the mysteries of the internal world is exemplified in Elster’s film series, in which she plays with and pushes the parameters of filmmaking. The first film of the series, …In the Woods, is “non-formulaic” in its composition— an “unusual collection of disparate moments woven together to create unified and emotionally charged narratives while various plots unfold.”[34] The delivery, as said by Elster, is to be as “unconventional” in its nature, with material “unleashed” in episodic segments.[35][36] Elster began releasing an online trail of “clues,” pieces and clips she said that “provoke mental and emotional game progression” for …In the Woods.[37][38] Elster also released[39] an interactive online experience that began as ITWPATHWAY,[40] a blog,[41] and a trailer[42] for …In the Woods during post production,[43] that have now come together under the banner of THE BEING EXPERIENCE.[44] Included within THE BEING EXPERIENCE are the films ...In the Woods, Into the Cave, In My Mirror, The Mill, Concrete Underground, and But We Are Home.[45] Operating on multiple levels of consciousness, the multi-part film series is said to be an ongoing journey to be released on a variety of platforms.[46]

Elster began her early career as a stylist for other-worldly photo shoots where she “fine tuned her aesthetic”.[47] Known as a forward-thinking conceptualist, she has worked with such artists as David Bowie,[48] Trent Reznor/NIN, Kate Winslet, Chloë Sevigny, Fiona Apple, Isabella Rossellini,[49] Gwyneth Paltrow, Moby,[50][51] Liv Tyler,[52][53] Anthony Kiedis, Timbaland, Sonic Youth, Chemical Brothers, Rob Zombie and Garbage.[54][55] Her work appeared on covers of such magazines as Rolling Stone, The Face, Time, Big,[56] and Dazed and Confused. Elster also worked on print campaigns for companies including Levi’s, MTV, Coke, Adidas, Target, Pepsi, Kodak, Mastercard, Ray Ban, Pepe Jeans, Bacardi, ESPN, Footlocker, Courvoisier and Fila. For MTV2, she produced and directed such commercials as Fingered and Head in the Sidewalk.[57]

Though successful in her career as a fashion stylist, in an interview with Flaunt Magazine Elster eluded it wasn’t enough, remarking, “‘I would be mentally rewriting the character’s back story, cramming too much detail into the visuals.’”[58] With Film Festival Today she shared, “‘I couldn’t take the thought of being on another shoot and not telling the stories I had pent up inside of me. So, finding a balance, I worked with the band Garbage, which was steady and lucrative for over a year and wrote Particles of Truth during every spare second. When I was through, I made a couple of shorts, then the feature. I was determined.’”[59]

Restless, she went back to school for “intensive film training”[60] and then launched the two experimental short films she wrote and directed, Ill Will[61] and Dirty[62] that premiered at the LA Film Festival in 2001 and won her notice.[63] From there she made her first feature film, Particles of Truth, which she wrote, produced, directed and starred in, opposite actor Gale Harold.[64][65] Receiving critical acclaim, the film made its World Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2003, and continued its success at such festivals as IFP/LA, Woodstock, Fort Lauderdale, Santa Barbara, winning the Jury Award for best feature at the Austin Film Festival and HD Fest.[66] The LA Times called it “an emotional seesaw ride” with images “so sharp and cut so deep; it’s as if writer-producer-director and co-star Jennifer Elster made them with a scalpel,”[67] and a review from Variety read, “NY Indie airily pulls off what Hollywood mightily strives for—a believable romantic comedy.”[68] Newsday said of Elster, “[she] represents the fresh energy crucial to the vitality of artistic communities.”[69] Particles of Truth made its theatrical debut in New York City and also played on the Sundance Channel in a series entitled New Voices.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Credited as
Director Writer Producer Actor Role
2001 Dirty Yes Yes Yes No
2001 Ill Will Yes Yes Yes No
2003 Particles of Truth Yes Yes Yes Yes Lilli Black
2005 Life on the Ledge No No Yes No
2012 In the Woods Yes No Yes No

Current Projects[edit]

The body of work composed of a collection of upcoming feature films written and directed by Jennifer Elster includes:

The Peculiar Underground - A dinner. A drink. It’s all very peculiar.

Concrete Underground - An actress who has fallen apart, a scientist who believes he can cure death, and a director who crosses the line, unfold in this unforeseeable story, Concrete Underground. We explore the animal inside, the desire for suicide, and polygamy.

The Mill - Varied story lines of an actor and an actress seeking redemption, a priest who believes, and a director who questions everything each go through The Mill.[70]

Into the Cave goes further “off the spectrum and into the recesses,” featuring Terrence Howard, Jennifer Elster, Jorgen Leth, Kent Cullers and Mouchette Bell.[71]

Into the Studio is a “dark playful look at human suffering and the tendency to go inward that switches back and forth from fiction to non-fiction; blurring all lines.” The cast features Karen Black, Jorgen Leth, Mouchette Bell, and Jennifer Elster.[72]

From USA TODAY on THE BEING EXPERIENCE, "Here's what we do know: Several notable folks appear to be dropped off in the middle of nowhere to self-reflect.

…In the Woods, the first film series of The Being Experience explores the unknown starring Terrence Howard, Debra Winger, Rosie Perez, Dave Matthews, Moby, Temple Grandin, Jorgen Leth, Kent Cullers, Marlo Thomas, Will Shortz, Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, Rufus Wainwright, Famke Janssen, Aimee Mullins, Bob Mankoff, Karen Black, Liya Kebede, Gale Harold, Glenn O’Brien, Clay Matthewman, Alan Cumming, Felicia Milewicz, and Julian Schlossberg.[73] Yoko Ono contributed first time original vocalizations for a feature film, scored throughout.[74][75]

Personal life[edit]

Jennifer Elster met her husband, Lewis Helfer, in Central Park. They have been together since. They are married and have one son, and reside in NYC.[76] Elster has dedicated her life to her mind, her home life and her expressions.

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