A psychological and supernatural thriller about a small town that comes undone when an international jetliner crashes into their lake and they must deal with the carnage. Inspired by the true story of the Swiss Air Crash in 1998.
Tangerine Entertainment (Amy Hobby & Anne Hubbell) & Katie Knab set to produce
Two damaged young men trying to reclaim their lives, push each other to the breaking point until they realize that only their friendship will save them.
Awarded the Tribeca Film Institute/Sloan Foundation grant, 2012
Selected for the Producer’s Lab Film Independent, 2012
Finalist for the Chris Columbus/Vague award, 2012
8 min documentary, HD, Writer, Director, 2013
There are over 18,000 different types of butterflies in the world. John only has 4,641.
Recipient of the FAP grant from the National Film Board of Canada, 2012 & the Real Ideas Studio micro-grant
Invited to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, 2012, special screening
SXSW, competition Maryland Film Festival, Opening Night Doc NYC Film Festival Chicago Film Critics Film Festival Mountainfilm Telluride Film Festival Traverse City Film Festival Crested Butte Film Festival Imagine Science Film Festival Brescia Winter Film, Italy Indianapolis Film Festival Big Eddy Film Festival
Distributed through Snag Films
Everyone Thinks They're Special. Nobody Cares.
13min dark comedy,Red Epic, Writer, Director, 2014
A dark comedy about the search for fulfilment in the face of the incoming storm
Starring comedienne Carmen Lynch
Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival, France, 2014, International Competition Atlantic Film Festival Williamstown Film Festival Lago Film Festival, Italy Sedicicorto IFFF, Italy NewFilmmakers NY, Summer Program Scene: Brooklyn. Opening night. Sponsored by the Brooklyn Arts Council to commemorate Super Storm Sandy.
Distributed through Premium Films
The Singing Abortionist
feature documentary Director, Producer, 2015
Holocaust Survivor. Womanizer. Pro-Choice Crusader. Why does someone take on a cause? A deconstruction on the most famous figure in Canadian history: Dr. Henry Morgentaler.
Awarded an internship from the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences for excellent documentary work and interest in the cross roads of science and film, 2002
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, Vancouver Jewish Film Festival, San Diego Jewish Film Festival, Toronto Jewish Film Festival, Washington DC Jewish Film Festival, the Holocaust Series, Australia
Face blindness is a broken bridge, a disconnected line between sight and mind. Somewhere along the path of recognition, there is an error of interpretation...
Starring Golden Globe nominee Piper Perabo & John Ventimiglia
Awarded the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation production grant for best short NYU script 2007 Premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival to 900 people Grand Jury Prize for best film at PictureStart Film Festival Runner Up, The Middle East International Film Festival-Abu DhabiWinner, People’s Choice Award, the Imagine Science Film Festival
Palm Springs International Film Festival ShortShorts Film Festival Tokyo Japan Savannah Film Festival Santa Fe Film Festival CMJ Music and Film Festival Victoria Film Festival, Australia
Screened at the Museum of Moving Images in New York, 2007 Broadcast on Backdrop NY, TV1 and in Japan, 2008 – 2009
I Think I'll Make It
Short Documentary, 17 minutes, COMING SOON 2018
When Kat Hurley was five years old, her father murdered her mother. And Kat saw it happen. Now, 30 years later, she remains haunted by the memory, but determined to channel the pain into something positive by becoming a mother herself. This is her struggle to be more than just another victim of a gruesome crime, and her desire to never be labeled a victim again.
Do black dogs get a bad rap?
A short personal documentary exploring Black Dog Syndrome.