ANNIE WELLS - FROM AN ARMS LENGTH
‘Annie Wells – From an Arm’s Length’, is a feature length documentary currently in production and due for release in 2009. It is the moving story of Pulitzer Prize winner Annie Wells and her struggle with breast cancer and her determination to take control of the disease as she turns the camera on herself.(click here to go to Annie Wells Documentary page)
A PARKWORK ORANGE
‘A Parkwork Orange’ is a seven-minute video collage of the historic installation of Christo’s ‘The Gates’ in New York City’s world-renowned Central Park. Set to the music of Sir Edward Elgar, the short film documents the people, the weather, and the architecture, that highlighted ‘The Gates’ two-week journey in February 2005.
*Recently premiered at Durango International Film Festival 2009.
LARRY FLYNT: THE RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE
In a timely response to a current political situation where the fundamental civil rights of Americans are being contested, the film offers an eye-opening and authoritative overview of Flynt's long-standing struggles to expand the parameters of free speech and expose the hypocrisy of this country's elected leaders.(click here to go to Larry Flynt Documentary page)
THE LOUD LADIES OF SOUTH FORK
'The Loud Ladies of South Fork' follows nine women golfers who live in East Hampton, New York. Interviews, archival photography, golf games, and parties are interwoven into a compelling story about the poignant bonds of friendship. This award winning documentary premiered at The Palm Beach International Film Festival.
WE GOT US
‘We Got Us’ is a portrait of four elderly women drawn together by friendship and a weekly game of mah jongg. Shot over a year and a half, the film listens in as they talk about childhood, marriage, death and illness. These women reveal themselves to be strong, courageous, and above all, survivors. This award-winning documentary has screened in over two dozen festivals and venues. It is distributed by Docurama on Full Frame’s first compilation of ‘Best of Shorts’.