USA 2021 | Documentary Feature | Directed by Paul Dugdale , Executive produced by Ariana Grande | Netflix 2020 World Premiere
The Netflix documentary film Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You follows the Grammy-winning, multi-platinum singer-songwriter around the globe on her sold out 2019 Sweetener World Tour, capturing the spectacular performances of the hits that have burned up the charts, as well as exclusive, never-before-seen footage of the internationally-beloved superstar at home and on the road with her dancers and band. The film offers an exclusive peek at the many facets of the passionate, raw, and always real artist and provides backstage access to the pre-show rehearsals, iconic styling, and the intimate and emotional moments that are the reason for the special connection she has with her fans.
USA 2021 | Documentary Series | Directed by Amy Ziering, Kirby Dick and Amy Herdy | HBO 2021 World Premiere
A new documentary from filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, the team behind the Russell Simmons exposé “On the Record,” uses new interviews and archival material to explore the saga involving Woody Allen and Mia Farrow and their children. A four-part series,. Allen v. Farrow” includes new video as well as never published audio footage, along with archival home video, and new interviews with those involved including Mia Farrow, Dylan Farrow, Ronan Farrow, Carly Simon (a friend of the family), prosecutor in the case Frank Maco, and other figures and firsthand eyewitnesses. Some of these individuals appear to be speaking in public for the first time.
USA 2019 | Documentary Feature | Directed by Jesse Moss, Amanda McBaine | Sundance 2020 World Premiere
WINNER Sundance U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Documentary
Nominated IDA Award 2021: Best Cinematography
Boys State is a political coming-of-age story, examining the health of American democracy through an unusual experiment: a thousand 17-year-old boys from across Texas gather together to build a representative government from the ground up. High-minded ideals collide with low-down dirty tricks as four boys of diverse backgrounds and political views navigate the challenges of organizing political parties, shaping consensus, and campaigning for the highest office at Texas Boys State.
USA 2020 | Documentary Series | Directed by Liz Garbus, Elizabeth Wolff, Myles Kane, and Josh Koury | premieres on HBO June 2020
Nominated Cinema Eye Honor Award 2021: Best Cinematography
A six-part documentary series based on the book of the same name, I’ll Be Gone In The Dark explores writer Michelle McNamara’s investigation into the dark world of the violent predator she dubbed "The Golden State Killer."
McNamara lived a quiet life as a writer, mother and wife, preferring to stay on the periphery of the Hollywood world of her comedian husband Patton Oswalt. But every night, as her family slept, she indulged her obsession with unsolved cases, beginning her investigation into the man who terrorized California in the 1970s and 80s and is responsible for 50 home-invasion rapes and 12 murders.
Directed by Academy Award nominee and Emmy-winning director Liz Garbus the series is a detective story told in McNamara’s own words, through exclusive original recordings and excerpts from her book read by actor Amy Ryan. Drawing on extensive archival footage and police files as well as exclusive new interviews with detectives, survivors and family members of the killer, the series weaves together a picture of a complex and flawed investigation that challenged police for decades.
USA 2020 | Documentary Series | Directed by Liz Garbus, Alex Gibney, Roger Ross Williams, Jed Rothstein, Andy Grieve, and Sarah Dowland | NETFLIX 2020
A new Netflix documentary series explores the issue of false confessions by delving into homicide cases in which an innocent person initially took responsibility for the crime.
Season one of The Confession Tapes features six cases in which the defendant falsely confessed after being interrogated, manipulated and threatened by police. Each episode is supplemented by video footage of the interrogations, archival photos and interviews with prosecutors, police, attorneys, family members and experts.
USA 2020 | Documentary Series | Directed by Stephen Maing | NETFLIX 2020
Netflix’s critically-acclaimed investigative series Dirty Money, from Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions, returns for a second season. Dirty Money provides an up-close and personal view into untold stories of scandal, financial malfeasance, and corruption in the world of business.
Dirty Gold Follows the life cycle of gold from illegal cartel mines in South America, to U.S. financial institutions and consumer products like our cell phones — and lives, and livelihoods, devastated along the way.
USA 2019 | Narrative Short | MARSHALL CURRY (WRITER & DIRECTOR) | Tribeca Film Festival 2019 World Premiere
Winner 92nd Academy Award for Best Live Action Short.
THE NEIGHBORS’ WINDOW tells the story of Alli (Maria Dizzia), a mother of young children who has grown frustrated with her daily routine and husband (Greg Keller). But her life is shaken up when two free-spirited twenty-somethings move in across the street and she discovers that she can see into their apartment.
Inspired by a true story, the film was written and directed by four-time Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker, Marshall Curry. Starring Tony-nominated Maria Dizzia (ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, 13 REASONS WHY, WHILE WE'RE YOUNG); Greg Keller (LAW & ORDER); and Juliana Canfield (SUCCESSION).
USA 2019 | Documentary Series | Directed by Jesse Moss | NETFLIX
The Family is an American documentary web television miniseries that premiered on Netflix on August 9, 2019. The series examines a conservative Christian group—known as the Family or the Fellowship—its history, and investigates its influence on American politics.
USA 2019 | Documentary Series | Directed by Amy Berg | HBO
’The Case Against Adnan Syed’ reinvestigates the case behind the podcast, from the genesis of their high school relationship to the original police investigation and trial, and moves into the current day as Syed faces the prospect of a new trial after almost 20 years in jail,”
“The series presents new information that questions the state's case, and draws on exclusive access to essential characters, including new audio recordings of Syed from prison, the defense team, the Syed family, friends and teachers of Hae Min Lee, private investigators and members of Baltimore City law enforcement, examining how Syed's trial and subsequent conviction in 2000 raised as many questions as they answered.”
USA 2019 | Documentary Feature| Directed by David Charles Rodrigues | Winner Tribeca Audience Awards 2019
In response to a wave of discriminatory anti-LGBTQ laws in Southern states and the divisive 2016 election, the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus embarks on a tour of the American Deep South. Led by Gay Chorus Conductor Dr. Tim Seelig and joined by The Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir; the tour brings a message of music, love and acceptance, to communities and individuals confronting intolerance. Over 300 singers travelled from Mississippi to Tennessee through the Carolinas and over the bridge in Selma. They performed in churches, community centers and concert halls in hopes of uniting us in a time of difference. The journey also challenges Tim and other Chorus members who fled the South to confront their own fears, pain and prejudices on a journey towards reconciliation. The conversations and connections that emerge offer a glimpse of a less divided America, where the things that divide us; faith, politics, sexual identity are set aside by the soaring power of music, humanity and a little drag.
(World Premiere Austin 2017 Film Festival | Documentary Short - WINNER | Shortlisted for the 2019 Academy Award)
USA 2017 | Documentary | Short | Director Joshua Bennett, Juliana Schatz Preston
Violence has overrun El Salvador. The emergency medical unit Los Comandos de Salvamento is standing up to the gangs’ reign of terror. Sixteen-year-old Mimi is a dedicated Comando caught in the cross hairs. When her fellow Comando, 14-year-old Erick, is gunned down while serving, she faces pressure to flee El Salvador and head north.
(World Premiere Tribeca Film Festival 2018 | Documentary Series | Primetime EMMY 2018 nominated)
USA 2018 | Documentary | 90min | Directed by Liz Garbus, Jenny Carchman | Showtime
The Fourth Estate, directed by Liz Garbus. Produced by Jenny Carchman, Liz Garbus, Justin Wilkes (USA) – World Premiere, Documentary Series. For the journalists at The New York Times, the election of Donald Trump presented a once in a generation challenge in how the press would cover a president who has declared the majority of the nation’s major news outlets “the enemy of the people.” Oscar-nominated filmmaker Liz Garbus witnessed the inner workings of journalism and investigative reporting from the front lines during this administrations’ first history-making year. A Showtime release.