"A Night at the Garden"

In 1939, 20,000 Americans rallied in New York’s Madison Square Garden to celebrate the rise of Nazism – an event largely forgotten from American history. A NIGHT AT THE GARDEN uses striking archival fragments recorded that night to transport modern audiences into this gathering and shine a light on the disturbing fallibility of seemingly decent people. Released originally on The Atlantic, and covered by The Washington Post, MSNBC, Salon, and others. More Info at www.ANightAtTheGarden.com

 

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"Amazing Animated Film on the Deficit"

This light-hearted animated film, written and directed by Marshall Curry, is part of the WE THE ECONOMY SERIES, curated by Paul Allen's Vulcan Productions and Morgan Spurlock's Cinelan.

The series brought together twenty acclaimed documentary and narrative directors (including Joe Berlinger, Steve James, Barbara Kopple, James Schamus, Catherine Hardwicke, Adam McKay, Ramin Bahrani and others) to make twenty short films about the economy. The films were released simultaneously on numerous theatrical and online platforms (iTunes, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon, etc.)

 

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"30 Seconds in Prospect Park"

A year in Prospect Park, told in 30 seconds. Made from "found" footage, this short piece for the Prospect Park Alliance is a surprisingly evocative celebration of Brooklyn's favorite park. Directed by Marshall Curry.

 

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Mistaken for Strangers

A heartbreaking and hilarious documentary about sibling rivalry and indie rock. Directed by Tom Berninger, the jealous -- and lovably hapless -- younger brother of the lead singer of The National, Mistaken For Strangers was the opening night film at the Tribeca Film Festival, where it received rave reviews. Executive Produced and additional editing by Marshall Curry.

 

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"Garry from N.C. for Hillary"

This ad campaign for Hlllary Clinton features real unscripted people talking about their choice. Directed by Marshall Curry.

 

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"The Future of Jobs - Animated"

Narrated by Black-ish star, Anthony Anderson, this short animated film explores how technology is upending the job market like never before in history. Commissioned by the non-profit, Working Nation. Written and Directed by Marshall Curry.

 

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Queens University Commencement Address

Marshall Curry talks about making documentary films and hiding our failures.

 

 






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