Stay Then Go, the narrative project in the January/February 2013 six-week class, is being distributed through the Sundance Institute's #ArtistServices program! The film stars Janel Moloney ("The West Wing"). You can find it on iTunes here.
(Dis)Honesty - The Truth About Lies will be premiering at Full Frame, Hot Docs, and Montclair Film Festivals. The film was edited by TEC alum and teacher Chad Beck and assistant edited by TEC alum Betsy Kagen. Read more about the film and check out the trailer here.
(Dis)Honesty - The Truth About Lies opens in theaters, at NYC's IFC Theater, and on demand on May 22nd.
Alex Gibney's documentary, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, is premiering this Sunday on HBO. TEC alum. Hannah Vanderlan served as additional editor.
David Shapiro's Missing People is premiering at Toronto's Hot Docs Film Festival, which runs from April 23rd - May 3rd. The film was produced by Alan Oxman and edited by TEC alums Adam Kurnitz and Rebecca Laks. Read more about it here.
The New York Times is now hosting short-form documentaries that have been made by Kickstarter. The Last Ice Merchant, a film by TEC alum Sandy Patch, was chosen to be one of the first six documentaries. Congratulations!
Seymour: An Introduction, a film produced by TEC alum Heather Smith and filmed by TEC alum Ramsey Fendall, will be released in theaters this Friday at IFC Center and Lincoln Plaza.
Congratulations to the September 2012 class! Growing Up and Other Lies will be opening in NYC theaters on March, 20th! The film should be playing for at least a week at the Quad Cinema.
TEC alums Betsy Kagen and Hannah Vanderlan served as associate editors on the film.
Beginning Friday, you'll also be able to find Bluebird on VHX, iTunes, Amazon, Vimeo, and Google Play.
The film was a May 2012 six-week class project and TEC alum Betsy Kagen served as associate editor.
Alum Christina Burchard was additional editor on the Academy Award winning documentary, Citizenfour. Congratulations!
Netflix recently acquired Hot Girls Wanted, a documentary examining the amateur porn industry. TEC alum Becky Laks served as additional editor on the film.
Cartel Land, edited and co-produced by TEC alum Matthew Hamachek was acquired by The Orchard. The film won the Sundance Directing Award as well as the Special Jury Award for Cinematography in the documentary competition.