Eleanor Levine is a young filmmaker in the greater Boston area. Her work is primarily focused in editing, cinematography, directing, and some writing. Most of her short films explore the stories of outsiders. Her body of work includes short documentaries about music and religion, short narrative dramas and thrillers, music videos, and more.
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Do you have a process, if so, what is it?
I don't write often but when I do, I know I have to. I'll sit down for maybe 3 hours and just churn the song out...
Senior shoots ‘feminist musical’ in hometown
Ellie Levine ‘18 making ‘Roxy and the Renegades’ for senior projects
It has been a busy spring semester for senior Ellie Levine ’18, who along with finishing her Wheaton degree has been shooting a “feminist movie musical” in her hometown of Amherst, Mass...
‘Roxy’ meets moxie
Student filmmaker shoots feminist musical in the Valley
It isn’t officially a genre, but maybe it should be — the darkly comic, feminist movie musical. That’s one way to describe “Roxy and the Renegades,” a short film that stars Kimaya Diggs as the titular Roxy and centers around a band of four women in the 1970s...
'Outsider' in at film festivals
A French language film shot on campus for a Wheaton class is making the rounds at festivals throughout the country.
Eleanor “Ellie” Levine ’18 wrote and directed the French New Wave film, “Dance of the Outsider,” this fall...
FILMING EN FRANÇAIS
Media, language classes team up to produce foreign film
Wheaton students have turned a campus house into a professional film set this semester, shooting a short film in the style of 1960s French New Wave, with dialogue that is entirely in French...
Eleanor Levine ’18
Early decision: "From the age of 9 I’ve been making my own movies with my older cousins, friends and anyone else I could get to act for me. It’s something that I’ve always loved and always known I wanted to do, so that’s why I chose the major."...
CUE THE APPLAUSE
Student’s documentary will be shown at film festival
Wheaton College junior Eleanor Levine’s documentary “The Hidden Harpist” has been selected from hundreds of submissions from around the world to be included in the 2016 Newburyport Documentary Film Festival...
STORY TO SCREEN
Students learn basics of documentary filmmaking
A student skilled at card tricks. The curious popularity of a new health drink. An elaborate Egyptian opera, never performed, that lives on the shelves of the Wheaton archives. These are just a few of the stories students explored through film last spring in Assistant Professor of Filmmaking Patrick Johnson’s “Documentary Storytelling” course...