Director: Alex Cullen + Emma Tammi DP: Alex Cullen + Henry Jacobson
Feature documentary film.
4 Episodes on Al Jazeera America Role: Director Of Photography
An original series in which average Americans are confronted with the realities of illegal immigration while retracing the footsteps of dead border runners.
AL JAZEERA AMERICA "BORDERLAND"
MSNBC "COSMIC VALENTINE"
Director: Sam Bathrick DP: Alex Cullen Production Company: Resonant Pictures
"I wanna do something I never done to get something I never had."
Shot inside a jail in Virginia, this feature length doc tells the story of four inmates who are a part of a unique rehabilitation program that involves writing and recording original songs. The film follows their personal and artistic development as they collaborate on an album with Grammy-winning recording artist Todd ‘Speech’ Thomas, from the iconic hip-hop group Arrested Development. As the creative process unfurls and a chance at freedom draws near, each of the men must unearth painful memories from their lives, which hold keys to their redemption.
The film won Best Documentary at the Downtown L.A. Film Festival and is slated for a theatrical release through Lightyear Entertainment in September 2019 and VOD through the Orchard in early 2020.
EPIX "LENS ACROSS AMERICA"
Election Day: Lens Across America I EPIX
“With a variety of mediums, the filmmakers have captured raw, expressive interviews and vignettes from all sides of the current political climate, providing a unique and unvarnished look through the lens of many Americas.”
It's hard being in seven different places at the same time, capturing the same seconds of the same day— the exact moment the country gasped in unison. In this EPIX Original documentary, we followed seven photo photojournalists at work on Election Day 2016, capturing images from different vantage points across America (midwest election-night rallies, Atlanta black colleges, Brooklyn bars) as the election took a course few expected. To pull of this magic trick, we deployed directors in seven U.S. cities, filming simultaneously over a period of nearly 18 hours.
The film was ultimately picked up for distribution by Blumhouse, makers of Get Out and other successful horror titles. We have to admit, it did get scary out there.
Feminist activist and writer Gloria Steinem has spent her career traveling the world, investigating and drawing attention to the issues affecting women today. We are proud to announce that VICE has teamed up with Steinem to bring a powerful new show called WOMAN to VICELAND.