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Fireball Films NYC

Fireball Films NYC Production company of Stefanie Sparks based in Brooklyn, NY.

RAT RACE, the short film we shot at the end of 2018, will screen in person as part of Montclair Film Fest next month on ...
09/25/2021
Rat Race | Montclair Film

RAT RACE, the short film we shot at the end of 2018, will screen in person as part of Montclair Film Fest next month on Oct 29th at 8pm!
https://montclairfilm.org/events/rat-race/

A young woman struggling to survive becomes addicted to lucrative, high-risk drug trials. Playing in MONTCLAIR SHORTS.  

Thank you to the Women X film festival for honoring the short film Rat Race!!
07/20/2021

Thank you to the Women X film festival for honoring the short film Rat Race!!

07/12/2021

New trailer drop for feature film BLUEBERRY, winner of Special Jury Award for performances at Sarasota Film Festival and recipient of the MOME & NYFA Women's Fund NYC Grant! Starring Maya Danzig, Aminah Nieves, Kristen Abate, Daniel Slottje, Lena Kutscher, Kurt Sparks, Andrea Holder and Kyrstal Wilson with David Evans.

Just want to say how proud I am of Maya Danzig and Sol Sno for their performances in BLUEBERRY (which won them a Special...
05/19/2021

Just want to say how proud I am of Maya Danzig and Sol Sno for their performances in BLUEBERRY (which won them a Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Performances at Sarasota Film Festival) and cannot wait to share the film with an audience again soon. Great work to all!!! :)

New poster for 3rd feature film, BLUEBERRY. Festival premiere announcement soon! :)
03/20/2021

New poster for 3rd feature film, BLUEBERRY. Festival premiere announcement soon! :)

Screen grab from BLUEBERRY (2021) new feature film coming soon!
09/25/2020

Screen grab from BLUEBERRY (2021) new feature film coming soon!

First look movie poster for BLUEBERRY.
09/08/2020

First look movie poster for BLUEBERRY.

09/03/2020
BLUEBERRY - Last Day on the Road (2019)

A year ago last summer we wrapped principal photography on BLUEBERRY. Thanks to K.C. Wilson for making it happen and to Maya and Aminah for everything!!!! There is LITERALLY no better feeling than doing what we did with what we had in the way we did it. xoxo

2010-2020 TEN years of Fireball Films NYC.
05/20/2020

2010-2020 TEN years of Fireball Films NYC.

Thank you to @nyfacurrent and Made in NY for selecting our new feature BLUEBERRY for the #womensfilmfund! xoxo
03/12/2020

Thank you to @nyfacurrent and Made in NY for selecting our new feature BLUEBERRY for the #womensfilmfund! xoxo

10/02/2019
Stills from the new film, BLUEBERRY, featuring Maya Danzig, Aminah Nieves, Kristen Abate & Danielle Slottje with KC Wils...
10/02/2019

Stills from the new film, BLUEBERRY, featuring Maya Danzig, Aminah Nieves, Kristen Abate & Danielle Slottje with KC Wilson and Lena Kutscher shot in Iowa and SD in August of 2019.

Table read for RAT RACE feature film project last weekend at Alchemical Studios was amazing. Thank you again to all the ...
05/27/2019

Table read for RAT RACE feature film project last weekend at Alchemical Studios was amazing. Thank you again to all the actors that came out. :)

09/06/2018

We are in need of interns and extras for a shoot the long weekend of Oct 6th, 7th & 8th! Please email [email protected] to be a part of the magic! xxoo

ICOE cast & crew November 2015
07/23/2018

ICOE cast & crew November 2015

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New feature BLUEBERRY (2021) winner of the NYC Women’s Fund grant up next! In Case of Emergency, winner of the audience award at Bushwick Film Festival, Broad Humor and New Filmmakers NY, is now available on iTunes and Amazon prime. https://www.amazon.com/Case-Emergency-Stefanie-Sparks/dp/B07F2T5TMJ/ref=sr_1_1?s=instant-video&ie=UTF8&qid=1540845343&sr=1-1&keywords=in+case+of+emergency

I live in NYC and have since 2004 when I hopped on a plane with nothing more than a couple hundred dollars in my pocket. I didn’t know a single person in NYC and I was terrified but I had to get out of LA after getting fired from my day job on a reality TV show where I was told I simply “didn’t fit in”. Okay, I’m out. No more “entertainment industry” for me, I guess. But what is better than LA? How do I spin this so I don’t have to admit defeat because I ain’t going back to that farm in Iowa. That’s not an option. New York City! That’s better than LA, isn’t it? I had just been accepted to the New School and if I took out enough loans and emailed that guy I hooked up with at SIFF a few years ago, I think his mom might be able to get me a temp job at a hospital out there. I think maybe, just maybe, I can pull this off.

It took me all of 48 hours to decide I was coming to NYC and to arrive here. This was the last stop for me. If this didn’t work out, I was out of ideas. I had no more tricks up my sleeve. I was ready for anything. What I got was pure magic. From the bodega coffee in Inwood (what the hell do they put in there!) to the guy on the street who tried to lick my face on E 72nd street in broad daylight, this fu***ng city had attitude and I could not get enough. I was grateful enough just to survive those first few years, which felt like a right of passage, and I was told, something very few actually managed to do. If you could make it two years in NYC, you were doing more than most and chances were, you might actually make it here, kid. Whatever that meant. Who knows. It was the 00’s.

When I started making my own films in 2010, while I was in grad school at the New School, I began studying, a bit obsessively the indie filmmakers in NYC of the time. I was struck by how little I felt they represented the reality of MY city in their stories. I did not know any world in NYC where you could surround yourself with people that only looked like you or shared your world view. The New York City I knew, and still know, is one where I was often the only person in the room that looked like me from the streets of Harlem where I lived for six years to the office on the Upper East Side, I was smack dab in the middle of the most diverse city in the world. I set out to reflect that in my work. It has been a journey I am most proud of and I hope is just beginning.

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