MIKE WALLACE IS HERE

United States | 2019 | 90′

AVI
BELKIN

MIKE WALLACE IS HERE offers an unflinching look at the legendary reporter, who interrogated the 20th century’s biggest figures in his over fifty years on air, and his aggressive reporting style and showmanship that redefined what America came to expect from broadcasters. Unearthing decades of never-before-seen archival footage from the 60 Minutes vault, the film interrogates the interrogator, tracking Mike’s storied career and troubled personal life while unpacking how broadcast journalism evolved to today’s precarious tipping point.

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TAKE BACK THE HARBOR

United States | 2018 | 39’

ROGER ROSS
WILLIAMS

KRISTI
JACOBSON

The documentary premiered at the 2018 DOC NYC Film Festival and was featured in their Short List for Short Films. On Governor’s Island, an ambitious program works to restore once-bountiful oysters and the environmental benefits they bring to New York Harbor. Take Back the Harbor highlights students at a remarkable public high school where environmental stewardship is part of the curriculum.

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SWIM TEAM

United States | 2016 | 90’

LARA
STOLMAN

What would you do if your community gave up on your child? In New Jersey, the parents of a boy on the autism spectrum take matters into their own hands. They form a competitive swim team, recruiting diverse teens on the spectrum and training them with high expectations and zero pity. Swim Team chronicles the extraordinary rise of the Jersey Hammerheads, capturing a moving quest for inclusion, independence and a life that feels winning.

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PERSONAL STATEMENT

United States | 2018 | 87’

JULIANE
DRESSNER

EDWIN
MARTINEZ

PERSONAL STATEMENT is an Emmy nominated feature-length documentary that follows three Brooklyn high school seniors Karoline, Christine and Enoch through their senior year and into college. They work tirelessly as peer college counselors to realize better futures for themselves and their peers. They struggle and they stumble, but refuse to succumb to the barriers that prevent so many low-income students from attending and graduating from college.

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