Service: When Women Come Marching Home Documentary

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One of my closest friends from Social Media, Patricia Lee Stotter an Emmy Awardpatty winning composer and filmmaker Patricia Lee Stotter began her career when she was 18, singing with the band Tiny Alice. At the same time, Patricia composed the score for a folk opera version of Dark of the Moon at the Cleveland Playhouse. After moving to NYC, Patricia’s work grew to include dance, television and film. Some of her work from that period includes Unchained Memories (HBO), Spirit to Spirit (PBS), Discovering Women (PBS), From the Ashes (Deborah Shaffer/bacchus films), Reading from the Heart (HBO), Three Sisters (HBO) and Sesame Street.

In 2003 Stotter began writing and producing her own theatre/film projects: Suicide Notes: with Elise Tak; Flashback , with Penny Coleman and Elena Michelson;.and Veterans Ball, with student veterans from CUNY, City University of New York.

patti-and-marciIn 2008, Stotter and Marcia Rock launched the social media/FB groups of the the award-winning multi-platform documentary project Service: when Women come marching home. The film that grew out of those groups was screened on Capitol Hill on June 19, 2012, as well as broadcast on PBS.

Three other films Stotter worked on have been screened on the hill: Justice Denied; Warriors Return; and Is Anybody Listening? Stotter collaborated on the music for those films with Tim Leitch and Don Rebic.

Recent work includes Soldiers Period (RockStotter), Getting Under Your Skin (a writing/performance project launched by LaGuardia Community College/Veterans Upward Bound), Paging Dr. Faustus, a theatre piece-in-process written with Paul Genega, including visual design by Mark Pinto, and the documentary film Battlefield Home, currently in post production.

Stotter is all about the right voice at the right moment.

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