Mark Kendall is a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow in Film/Video whose feature-length debut, LA CAMIONETA, was selected as a New York Times Critics' Pick, one of IndieWire's “Top Docs of 2013”, and one of Fandor's “Best Political Films of 2013.” He is currently a 2016 Pew Fellow and lives in Philadelphia.
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We are thrilled to find some of our alumni and faculty's new films at Tribeca Film Festival this year!
ACORN and the Firestorm written, directed and produced by faculty, Sam Pollard, along with Reuben Atlas.
The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson, directed by David France; Sarah Wainio (alumnus) joined the crew as associate producer.
I Am Evidence, directed by Trish Adlesic, Geeta Gandbhir and with directing faculty Richard Hankin as supervising editor
Intent to Destroy, directed by Joe Berlinger, with cinematography by Bob Richman (camera faculty)
No Man's Land, directed by David Byars and edited and produced by alumnus David Osit, who also scored the film. The film's assistant editor is Raul Santos, another SocDoc alumnus, and consulting editor is faculty Richard Hankin. Alumnus Sarah Rachael Wainio and student James Stuart were transcribers for the film.
Soundtracks: Songs That Defined History, a new series for CNN is Executive Produced by Department Chair Maro Chermayeff and her company Show of Force.
Shadowman, filmed by cinematography faculty Tom Hurwitz and Bob Richman.
Hilda, a short directed by Kiira Benzing and edited by Olga Lvoff (alumnus)
We'll be out in force for screenings and events - see you there!
(pictured: No Man's Land)