Film

LAST SONGWRITER SCREENINGS

THE LASTSONGWRITER has been on the rooad screening at The Royal Conservatory in Toronto as part of SongStudio, LA with SONA, Berklee, and Belmont University!

 

THE LAST SONGWRITER

THE LAST SONGWRITER premiered at the Nashville Film Festival, sold out its screenings, and won an Audience Award! Starring Garth Brooks, Emmylou Haris and Jason Isbell, it spotlights the struggles of songwriters to make a living in the age of streaming.

For a limited time THE LAST SONGWRITER can be screened on our website: https://lastsongwriter.com

 

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MEDIA:

https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/music/2017/04/21/last-songwriter-looks-downsidestreaming/100748658/

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/country/7767590/last-songwriter-nashville-film-fest-garth-brooks

 

LOST BOY HOME – WORLD RELEASE

Excited to share a documentary I directed, LOST BOY HOME, is now available on Amazon.

Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor Sam Waterston, LOST BOY HOME premiered at the Palm Beach International Film Festival, won a Best Shorts Award and an Audience Award at the Africa World Documentary Film Festival. Involved in the project are acclaimed cinematographer, Tom Hurwitz (Queen of Versailles), Oscar-nominated editor Ann Collins, and Grammy-Award winning composer Marcus Hummon (“Bless the Broken Road”).

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WEBSITE: http://www.lostboyhomefilm.com.

MEDIA:

http://www.larry411.com/post/pictures_review_lost_boy_home_2013_palm_beach_international_film_festival
http://palmbeachartspaper.com/palm-beach-film-festival-turns-18-at-last-its-about-the-movies/.
 

HUFF POST OP-DOC

Huffington Post published a short documentary I produced about the plight of the “Lost Boys’ of Sudan in light of recent violence in the country. This short film chronicles Zachariah’s desire to build a medical clinic in his home village and how he was evacuated by the US in the midst of the crisis.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-barger-elliott/lost-boy-home-sudan-south_b_4565498.html