Press coverage for my films

america heard

 

America Heard is a web series of short documentary films being created by filmmakers across the nation in the wake of the 2016 election. I was lucky enough to be interviewed on WNET's MetroFocus about my film, Jim Fife.

 

PSYCHEDELIA

 

While a Senior at NYU Tisch, I started a film about the use of psychedelic compounds in psycho-therapy studies, and resurgence of research currently going on at Universities across the country.

 

The film was featured in a number of film festivals and won Best Documentary at the New Jersey International Film Festival. Click below for articles on the film:

Interviews I had done for the film were used in a short video for the New York Times:

 

 

crossroads of the revolution

 

In 2013, I became aware of a long ranging legal battle in my hometown of Princeton, New Jersey. A section of the Princeton Battlefield, where George Washington achieved a crucial victory after the Battle of Trenton, was under threat of development by the neighboring Institute for Advanced Study.

 

A longtime fan of the Battlefield Park and a nut for Revolutionary War history, I made a film about the historical significance of the battle and a local preservationist group fighting the development.

Luckily the land was bought by the Civil War Trust and will be incorporated into the Battlefield Park in the coming years.

 

Here's an article about the film from the Princeton Packet:

 

PSYCHEDELIA

 

While a Senior at NYU Tisch, I started a film about the use of psychedelic compounds in psycho-therapy studies, and resurgence of research currently going on at Universities across the country.

 

The film was featured in a number of film festivals and won Best Documentary at the New Jersey International Film Festival. Click below for articles on the film:

 

 

crossroads of the revolution

 

In 2013, I became aware of a long ranging legal battle in my hometown of Princeton, New Jersey. A section of the Princeton Battlefield, where George Washington achieved a crucial victory after the Battle of Trenton, was under threat of development by the neighboring Institute for Advanced Study.

 

A longtime fan of the Battlefield Park and a nut for Revolutionary War history, I made a film about the historical significance of the battle and a local preservationist group fighting the development.

Luckily the land was bought by the Civil War Trust and will be incorporated into the Battlefield Park in the coming years.

 

Here's an article about the film from the Princeton Packet: