Little Hope

  • On his first day out of prison, disgraced psychoanalyst Terry Roper struggles to get his life back on track when he moves back to his hometown to take a job leading the self help group at his mother’s local church.

    Jacqueline Dow is from Boston, Massachusetts and moved to New York City to attend Barnard College of Columbia University. Prior to beginning her work as a director and producer, Jacqueline worked in advertising, assisting the production of client videos and copy. Jacqueline’s filmography includes short films, documentary shorts, promotional films for charitable organizations, and commercials.

    Her commercial work has won awards at the Porsche Awards and has been short listed for the AICP. Jacqueline and her work were recently included in the Director’s Guild’s New Director’s Showcase. She recently received her MFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.