Crime Cutz is a documentary that profiles four New Yorkers to the soundtrack of Holy Ghost!'s Crime Cutz EP. Each subject is invited subject to interpret a song in their unique style, showcasing these individuals as both subject and collaborator, blurring the line between documentary and music video. |Read MoreNew York, Experimental, Comedy, Documentary, Music, NY Director(s)
Peter Stefan, owner of Graham Putnam & Mahoney funeral parlor in Worcester, Mass., found himself thrust into the national spotlight in the spring of 2013 amid a damning controversy. With implications that still linger to this day, Stefan and his team faced the question of where to draw the line on who deserves a burial. |Read More
This cross platform series about Flint, Michigan, document a specific moment within this American city in an intimate, character driven way. What happens here happens in many other urban American cities. But in Flint, it happens all at once. It’s what makes Flint so important in the national conversation.
|Read MoreExperimental, Documentary, Environmental, Female Director(s), NY Director(s)
The Western hemisphere's oldest civil war is still going strong in the jungles of Colombia. The National Liberation Army (ELN) —a Marxist military organization— has been fighting for revolution since 1964, and with the FARC having declared a ceasefire, the ELN is today the last active guerrilla army in the Americas. |Read MoreDocumentary
I LIVED: Brooklyn was created by director/cinematographer Jonathan Nelson and audio producer Danielle Andersen. Nelson and Andersen both live in Brooklyn and I LIVED was born from a desire to investigate the intricacies of place and identity in the borough’s distinct neighborhoods. |Read More