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Film by SCI-Arc Alum Jeremy Levine on IFC Channel
The Independent Film Channel (IFC) will feature The Lesser Evil (1998), an independent film co-authored and co-produced by SCI-Arc alum Jeremy Levine and cinematographer Stephan Schultze. The drama about the secrets of four friends will be playing on IFC on Thursday, Jan. 28 at 9:00am and 2:15pm.

Variety comments on the movie, "The Lesser Evil skillfully sustains interest through clever plotting and shifting perspectives. Occasionally, something in a flashback will trigger a bright idea, or a dark suspicion, as the four men argue among themselves.”

Jeremy obtained an M.Arch from SCI-Arc in 1993, during which time he was awarded the Haskell Prize for Architectural Journalism. In the early 90's, he worked in the cinematic hinterlands of Bulgaria and Romania, art directing "B" movies such as Wes Craven's Mind Ripper. In the late 90's, he co-wrote The Lesser Evil with Schultze.

In 2002, Levine opened his own architecture firm, Jeremy Levine Design, located in Eagle Rock, Calif.