Archival Film, Photo and Network News Research
web: http://www.archivalfilmresearch.com for full resume and updates
29 years experience as of 2015
Upcoming releases to which I contributed research either as lead researcher or as part of a research team are:
Laura Poitras' CITIZENFOUR won the Academy Award for Best Documentary on February 22, 2015. I served as C-Span and network news researcher on the film. The film premiered in The New York Film Festival on October 10, 2014. The film is showing nationwide in theaters as well as on HBO for February-March 2015. www.citizenfourfilm.com
Premiering on October 9, 2014 in The New York Film Festival was IRIS by Albert Maysles on which I served as researcher. This film will be released on April 29, 2015 at Film Forum.
Two films on which I served as researcher, Brendan Toller's DANNY SAYS and Jessica Edwards' MAVIS!, will both premiere in mid-March 2015 in the SXSW Film Festival.
Currently I am serving as researcher to The American Museum of Natural History for exhibits opening over 2014-2015. www.amnh.org.
On March 14, 2014 Matt Wolf's documentary TEENAGE opened at the NYC Landmark Sunshine Cinema. I served as lead researcher. Now traveling nationwide and overseas. Came out on DVD, ITunes, Amazon, Netflix September 2014.
On HBO nationwide February-March 2014 was the documentary HERBLOCK: THE BLACK AND WHITE by The Stevens Company on which I served as one of the lead researchers.
OUR NIXON by Penny Lane and Brian Frye. Opened at the IFC Cinema on August 30, 2013 in NYC and on CNN on August 1st. Closed the New Directors, New Films series on March 31, 2013. Film was purchased by CNN Films and Cinedigm for cable TV and theatrical release.
In the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2013 were three documentaries on which I contributed research: Matt Wolf's TEENAGE (lead researcher); Jason Osder's LET THE FIRE BURN and Michael Stevens' HERBLOCK: THE BLACK AND WHITE.
INSIDE JOB by C. Ferguson, was released on October 8th in NYC, October 15th in LA (2010) and February 18, 2011 in London, UK. Winner of Academy Award on Feb. 27, 2011.
See website for more credits and updates.