Two Ninas


1h 28m 1999

Brief Synopsis

Marty, a struggling writer, unlucky in love and unfulfilled professionally, has lost all hope until he meet not one, but two Ninas--Nina Cohen and Nina Harris. Nina Cohen is a smart and witty brunette with whom he finds much in common, while Nina Harris is a beautiful, sexy blonde that sweeps him of

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Arri Group; Cyclops Pictures & Sound; Eastman Kodak; Immaculate Matching Company; New York City Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting; T & A Catering
Distribution Company
Castle Hill Productions
Location
Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 28m

Synopsis

Marty, a struggling writer, unlucky in love and unfulfilled professionally, has lost all hope until he meet not one, but two Ninas--Nina Cohen and Nina Harris. Nina Cohen is a smart and witty brunette with whom he finds much in common, while Nina Harris is a beautiful, sexy blonde that sweeps him off his feet when he crashes into the open door of the cab she is exiting. Unable to decide between the two, he begins dating both of them. Now he has two absolutely terrific women who are both attracted to him and actually want to be with him. However, stumbling over more than he can handle, Marty realizes that being lucky in love can mean being too lucky!

Crew

David Alvarez

Sound Supervisor

Leo Alvarez

Grip/Swings

Joaquin Baca-asay

Director Of Photography

Carmen Borgia

Sound Editor

Cara Buono

Associate Producer

Oliver Carey

2nd Assistant Camera

Jay Chandrasekhar

Post-Production Supervisor

Jay Chandrasekhar

Editor

James Clauer

Props Master

Jimmy Davis

Still Photographer

Mike Decker

Sound Mixer

Moira Demos

Best Boy

Denise Doyle

Producer

Andy Ellis

Sound Mixer

Joseph Fagen

Key Production Assistant

Jeff Feldman

Unit Production Producer

Anthony Gasparro

Production Designer

Allison Gershman

Assistant Hair & Make-Up

Dave Gorn

Key Grip

Jordan Graubard

Production Assistant

Frederick W Helm

Sound Editor

Garth Horn

2nd Assistant Director

Paul Johnson

Grip/Swings

Paula Jones

Production Coordinator

Seth Kanegis

Co-Executive Producer

Jeff Karp

Production Assistant

John Keenan

Production Assistant

Stacey Lapidus

Costume Designer

Rachael Levine

Assistant Camera Operator

Andy Maier

Production Assistant

Lior Mareli

Sound Editor Assistant

Judith Maxfield

Hair & Make-Up

Dave Mcguire

Associate Producer

Dave Mcguire

1st Assistant Director

Jeff Minor

Production Assistant

Gali Noi

Wardrobe Assistant

Christine Park

Production Assistant

Edward I Read

Key Grip

Angelo Russo

Color Timer

Joseph Saba

Music

Joseph Saba

Original Music Performer

Greg Scheinman

Producer

Adam Sender

Co-Executive Producer

Jonathan D Shepard

Location Manager

Richard Skeete

Film Lab

Christopher Kingsley Smith

Production Assistant

Anthony Stallone

Film Lab

Andrea Stanley

Art Director

Neil Turitz

Screenwriter

Doug Turner

Associate Producer

Anthony Viera

Boom Operator

Doug Webster

Production Assistant

David Weissman

Music Supervisor

David Welch

Script Supervisor

Graham Willoughby

Gaffer

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Arri Group; Cyclops Pictures & Sound; Eastman Kodak; Immaculate Matching Company; New York City Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting; T & A Catering
Distribution Company
Castle Hill Productions
Location
Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 28m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1999

Released in United States on Video July 31, 2001

Released in United States September 1999

Released in United States Winter January 26, 2001

Recipient of the feature audience prize at the 1999 Gen art Film Festival.

Shown at Boston Film Festival September 10-19, 1999.

Shown at Gen Art Film Festival in New York City (Closing Night) April 28 - May 4, 1999.

Feature directorial debut for Neil Turitz.

Began shooting October 13, 1997.

Completed shooting November 1, 1997.

Released in United States 1999 (Recipient of the feature audience prize at the 1999 Gen art Film Festival.)

Released in United States 1999 (Shown at Gen Art Film Festival in New York City (Closing Night) April 28 - May 4, 1999.)

Released in United States Winter January 26, 2001

Released in United States on Video July 31, 2001

Released in United States September 1999 (Shown at Boston Film Festival September 10-19, 1999.)