Matthew Crane

Matthew Crane

Matthew Crane is from the town of Cheshire, CT. In 2005, Matthew earned a B.S. in Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. After graduation, rather than pursuing a career as a working journalist, he followed his passion for music by DJing and playing drums for the band Estrogen Highs. After countless sparsely attended gigs and several underwhelming tours across the country, Matthew is now following his lifelong passion for film. He believes that making documentaries will be the perfect way to combine his various interests into a rewarding method of creative expression. Filmmakers who inspire Matthew are David Lynch, Werner Herzog, Paul Verhoeven, John Carpenter, and the Maysles brothers.

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Camera, Sound & Budgeting Winter Weekend Workshops
January 15, 2020

Camera, Sound & Budgeting Winter Weekend Workshops

Interested in improving your documentary skills? Here are five workshops which can give you a whole range of skills to explore the wonderland of documentary. Whatever your professional background, these small classes will provide targeted and hands-o Read More
Sundance 2020: Alumni films at the festival!
January 14, 2020

Sundance 2020: Alumni films at the festival!

The SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2020 has announced their line up, which includes seven SocDoc titles!

In the US Documentary Competition, three of the sixteen selected features have SocDoc Alumni and Faculty on crew:
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DOC NYC 2019 - SocDoc in Abundance!
October 21, 2019

DOC NYC 2019 - SocDoc in Abundance!

We are thrilled to see so many SocDoc filmmakers a part of this year’s DOC NYC line-up! DOC NYC, America's largeset documentary festival, is entering it's tenth year, November 6-15, 2019. We are proud long-time supporters of the festiva Read More
Fall 2020 Info Sessions
October 15, 2019

Fall 2020 Info Sessions

Ready to incite change and amplify the compelling stories you find in the world? Our graduate documentary film program sharpens your artistic voice. Read More