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Washington, DC 20009
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Awards

     

 

Community Harvest
Best Short Documentary, Our City Film Festival 2011
Official Selection, Southern Appalachian International Film Festival 2011
Official Selection, Columbia Gorge International Film Festival 2011

Porchfest
Best Short Documentary, Our City Film Festival 2012
Honorable Mention, Marin County International Festival of Short Film & Video 2012

Life as a Collage
Official Selection, San Francisco International Film Festival 2012
Best Student Film, Our City Film Festival 2012
Official Selection, West Chester Film Festival 2012

The Donor
Official Selection, DC Shorts 2013
Honorable Mention, SpeakeasyShorts Film Competition 2012

Doing it for Me
Official Selection, Bethesda Film Festival 2014
Official Selection, Columbia Gorge International Film Festival 2014
Official Selection, Westchester Film Festival 2014
Official Selection, Annapolis Film Festival 2014

Press

Documentary examines overlap between conservation efforts and recession
by Hannah Traverse
Huffington Post
June 21, 2013

More than words: using video to inspire change
United States Department of State
February 2013

Bethesda native brings story of D.C. neighborhood to film fest
by Aaron Kraut
BethesdaNow.com, February 19, 2013

What a piece of work is man
by George Heymont
Huffington Post, July 8, 2012

Q&A with Lance Kramer: Empowering Communities through Film
by Erica Schlaikjer
Benevolent Media, May 24, 2012

Ellie Walton, documentary filmmaker and D.C. native, turns a wide lens on her city
by Carla Broyles
The Washington Post, April 26, 2012

In Defense of Bootstrapping or Why Asking For Permission Sucks
by Dan Oshinsky
The Agency Post, January 9, 2012

D.C.‘s Film Scene: Finally Coming Into Focus
by Raymond Schillinger
Huffington Post, November 11, 2011

Interview with Kojo Nnamdi about ‘Life as a Collage’
The Kojo Nnamdi Show
WAMU 88.5, September 20, 2011

Sitar Arts Center students produce documentary about dying teacher
Harris’ Heroes
WJA ABC7, September 21, 2011

Local Brothers Changing the World One Documentary Film at a Time
by Kyle Semmel
The Writer’s Center “First Personal Plural,” June 28, 2011

DC brothers make films to benefit the community
by Aaron Leibel
Washington Jewish Week, February 10, 2011

Presentations

American University Public Anthropology Conference — 2013
DC Shorts Filmmaker Workshops — 2013
The Video Effect @ Busboys & Poets — 2013
Youth Media Rise Festival — 2013
Women in Film & Video (WIFV) Panel: "What interns should know" — 2013
American Film Institute's Silverdocs Film Festival and Conference — 2012
Yale University Department of Film & American Studies — 2012
DC Week: Story Innovation, Transmedia & Participatory Storytelling — 2012
Goethe Institut — 2012
George Washington University Office of Community Service — 2011
MhZ Networks' ShortieCon Youth Media Conference Keynote Speech — 2011


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