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Author: Jefery Levy

ME & THE KEY WIN MAJOR LOS ANGELES FILM REVIEW AWARDS

Congratulations, your film ME was selected as both the Best Feature and the Best Comedy in the 2016 Los Angeles Film Review Independent Film Awards! Also, your other feature entry The Key was selected for a Gold Award and you will received a separate email regarding that. Sincerely, Linn Linn Grey Editor | Los Angeles Film Review   ...

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"Through this poignantly absurd film, Traylor and Levy have created a meta-examination of the reality show industry, identity-obsessed culture, personal performance, and Los Angeles itself. As a viewer, I feel implicated in their critique, but never enough to look away—and that, of course, proves the point. It’s a pertinent work."...

A Review Of “Me” A Truly Mind Bending Trip

In the style of Stanley Kubrick with a Clockwork Orange feel director Jefery Levy takes the audience on a psychedelic mind trip of the crazy world that is reality TV. What is real and what is fantasy becomes clearly blurred in this delightfully entertaining and fun film....

INDIEWIRE REVIEW OF THE KEY

http://www.indiewire.com/article/watch-david-arquette-experiences-hallucinatory-visions-in-exclusive-the-key-clip-20150916   Based on the novel "Kagi" by Japanese author Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, "The Key" is an erotic and ethereal depiction of a marriage gone sour. The film is a return to independent cinema for Jefery Levy, who won the Critics Award at the Venice Film Festival in 1991 for his directorial debut, "Drive." The film...

‘The Key’ is a visual and spiritual force of nature

'The Key’ is a visual and spiritual force of nature. Each frame drips with new and unique contemporary art imagery, utilizing both beautiful and terrifying hallucinations. Director Jefery Levy brilliantly exposes the lust, love and jealousy wading in the deepest untold corners of our souls and makes it a truly stimulating experience. - Nick...

ME IS “SICKLY GENIUS”

LADYGUNN MAGAZINE / Daniel Warren -   "Sickly genius, Me surpasses the typical film about film, probing the dissociative, ego-less space where ideas, confabulations originate. Jefery Levy (writer/director/editor and star) pulls back Hollywood's curtain to expose the deranged, inverted world of Reality TV, where the worst ideas become most valuable, and the line between real...

“The Key is a gripping cinematic tour de force that cannot be missed” (Earl Dittman/Digital Journal)

“A riveting, bold and compelling celluloid examination of erotic desire, with The Key director Jefery Levy has constructed a gripping cinematic tour de force that cannot be missed.”   “In one of the best performances of her stellar career, Bai Ling gives a jaw-droppingly stunning performance in The Key. Her sexually-charged performance will leave you...

“The Key redefines the meaning of experimental filmmaking”

FROM RICH GIRL PRODUCTIONS / Joy Parris:   "​ 'The Key​'  written and directed by Jefery Levy is a new and innovative film that explores the relationship between a husband(David Arquette) and his wife(Bai Ling) as they communicate through journals.  Visually powerful, erotically intense and shot like a photography postcard 'The Key' redefines the meaning...

Film Critic David Ehrenstein on ME

From Film Critic David Ehrenstein: ME Where does self-expression end and self-delusion begin? That’s the question asked by this anti comedy about a “reality television” producer who believes his entire life is secretly being filmed. The film you’re watching is of course proof that he is right. Director Levy stars with Producer and co-scriptwriter Susan...

HUFFINGTON POST INTERVIEW

Levy is fiercely independent and resourceful and scholarly. In an era when more people have access to making films, we often lose sight of the professional artistic discipline that movie making is and we fail to recognize those formally trained in the craft. I had a chance to talk to Levy about his...