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Fire on Ice

Speed skater Irving Jaffee fought his team, his country, and the world to become the first Jewish athlete to win a gold medal during the Winter Olympics of 1928 and 1932.

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    Historical, Sport, Drama
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    United States
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  • 2015 Beverly Hills Film Festival (As "Jaffee")
    Beverly Hills, CA
    May 4, 2015
    2nd Runner Up for Best Feature Screenplay
  • 2015 NYLA International Film Festival
    Los Angeles, CA
    October 6, 2015
    Award of Excellence in Screenwriting
  • 2015 West Field Screenwriting Awards
    NYC, NY
    October 17, 2015
    Finalist - Best Feature Screenplay
  • Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood - Winter 2016
    Los Angeles, CA
    December 23, 2015
    Award of Merit in Screenwriting
  • 2016 Silent River Screenwriting Competition
    Irvine, CA
    July 12, 2016
    River Scroll Award for Best Feature Screenplay
  • 2016 Nashville Film Festival
    Nashville, TN
    April 24, 2016
    Finalist - Historical Category
  • 2016 Vail Film Festival
    Vail, CO
    December 15, 2016
    Finalist - Best Feature Screenplay
Writer Biography

Suttle has won the following honors for his script Fire on Ice; The River Scroll Award for Best Screenplay - 2016 Silent River Film Festival, Award of Merit - 2016 Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood, Award of Excellence for Screenwriting - 2015 NYLA International Film Festival, 2nd Runner Up Best Script - 2015 Beverly Hills Film Festival, Top Finalist - 2017 Hollywood Hills Screenplay Competition, Finalist - 2017 Napa Valley Film Festival, 2016 Nashville Film Festival, 2016 Vail Film Festival, 2015 West Field Screenwriting awards. Suttle's short film script, A Jungle Dark, won Best Script 2017 California International Shorts Festival (Winter), 1st Prize Genre Screenplay Thriller/Crime in the 2017 Hollywood Hills Screenplay Competition. Suttle's television pilot, Lottery, was selected as a Finalist for the 2016 Sundance Institute/ YouTube New Voices Lab and LiveRead/LA. Suttle's novel/screenplay, Mimic, won the Mentorship Program Award at the 2017 Launchpad Manuscript Competition. Suttle's short film script, I Love You More, won an Award of Merit at the 2017 Los Angeles Cinema Festival Of Hollywood (Fall) and was named a Semi-Finalist in the 2014 Holly Shorts Screenplay Competition. In addition, Suttle produced the 2010 award-winning boxing documentary, Sweet Science.

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