Feature documentary about Arthur Chu, eleven time Jeopardy! winner turned internet iconoclast, is set to have its world premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival in January of 2017.
Arthur battles dark forces as a blogger and cultural pundit, before ultimately realizing that to create positive change in the world he must first heal his own wounds.
Official selection at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, DOC NYC, and academy award qualifying festivals Flickerfest, Uppsala International Short Film Festival, and the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Winner of Best Documentary at the Naperville Independent Film Festival and Best Environmental Documentary at the Chagrin Falls Documentary Film Festival. Certificate of Excellence at the Rincon International Film Festival.
Director of Photography on the following series, plus an episode of Motherboard for Viceland which has to be released.
How much of history do we really see as it perpetually passes us by? Imperfect History is an interactive video installment that examines how we perceive and remember historical events in our own lives. With the viewer controlling video playback speed as their attention shifts throughout the space, a chronological video plays at an imperceptible speed until they stop to look at it. Only then, as the video slows to real time, does history become observable.
This interactive cinema project has already been an official selection at First Look Interactive. Currently, we are working on converting this to a larger format so this interactive cinema installment can play in galleries, museums, etc.