Documentary Filmmaker/Multi-platform Producer
Storyteller, Globetrotter, Champion of D.I.Y., Film Fatale, Friend.
Co-host of 'Indie Film Weekly,' our new podcast that catches you up on everything you missed while you were busy making films.
Director of "Jericho's Echo: Punk Rock in the Holy Land"; former MTV producer; speaker at SXSW, TEDx, Sheffield Doc Fest and more; and maker of many media projects. Currently directing the feature documentary "Battle for Jerusalem" and its transmedia companion "Jerusalem Unfiltered," and developing a children's TV show.
The lineup is sooooo good this year! I’m stoked for everything on this list plus Ms. Purple, Knowk Down the House, Paradise Hills, Last Black Man in SF, and The Farewell too!
Hey Emil, Thanks for the important question. We answer you on the podcast today! https://nofilmschool.com/2018/09/academy-makes-smart-decision-how-hard-s...
Hi Alberto, We answered your question on Indie FIlm Weekly this week! Best of luck,
Thanks for the tips! Will try those. What tuning profile do you suggest?
I'll point you to the opening paragraph: "This post is an update from the original, written in July 2016. Both were written in direct response to police brutality in the US against black civilians. Thus, while recognizing that racism and its effects are experienced by many groups, the article focuses on films by and about black people that deal directly with the long, entrenched, and multi-layered history of systemic racism against them and its effects until today."