A self-described “friend person” questions the longevity of those bonds during a cross-country trip with three other art instructors.
Feature film, in production.
Premiered at Manhattan Film Festival. Official Selection of the Adirondack Film Festival (October 19-21, 2017)
As live storytelling grows into a cultural phenomenon, six performers share their journey into its spotlight. The friendships they've formed are an anchor as their voices reach beyond the stages of New York City into publishing, radio, international art festivals and film.
Documentary, 2016 Watch the Trailer
Do it yourself doesn't mean do it alone.
Ten independent artists turn friendships and virtual connections into real-world collaborations. They explore the benefits and challenges of creating independently, how to find like-minded others and what’s possible when makers join forces to create together.
It started as a private correspondence between two makers. What emerged was a powerful practice for the not-lost art of friendship.
On the verge of major milestones two storytellers--author/illustrator Tim Manley and filmmaker Jen Lee--began a modern correspondence that catches the quiet moments, their time in the spotlight and the parts of the journey that fall somewhere in between. It's a project that bears witness and ultimately changes them as they push their personal and artistic boundaries--finding strength and solace in the company of each other.