HELLO & WELCOME TO A WEBSITE ALL ABOUT ME AND MY ACCOMPLISHMENTS!

Kendall Goldberg...

 

...is from a very small, unknown city called Chicago. Three years ago she trekked across the country to the dangerous lands of Southern California in order to pursue a BFA in Film Production at Chapman University's Dodge College of Film & Media Arts.

An award-winning director at the ripe old age of 21, Kendall has a diversified slate of short films, a feature in post-production, and more in development. Her most recent short — When Jeff Tried to Save the World (abbr. as "When Jeff..." because who has time for long titles) — stars Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), and is currently heading into the festival circuit. Goldberg was hired to produce and direct a mockumentary short — Bark Mitzvah — and worked with Tony-Award-winning dog trainer extraordinaire, Bill Berloni, as well as 12 dogs and a cat. In fact, working with animals is her specialty. Animals and babies. She will only make a film if it contains some sort of animal and a few babies.

That was just a joke. Not sure how it read, but at least she tried. (And when I say "she" I clearly mean "me" because I'm writing this about myself in the third person, since that's what everyone does for their website bios).

 
“I dream for a living. -Steven Spielberg”
— KENDALL GOLDBERG