Nicholas Lemann: What the Kitty Genovese Story Really Means by The New Yorker

Nicholas Lemann: What the Kitty Genovese Story Really Means by The New Yorker

I´ve been so eager for a while to introduce the new member of our crew, Roberto HG,  “Onlookers”´s Sound Designer.

Graduated in Journalism and Sound Design in Madrid, Roberto has worked as a Sound Designer, Production Sound Mixer, Sound Editor, Sound Re-Recording Mixer and Foley Artist, in numerous movies, series and commercials since 2000. He has worked with well known production companies like Lee Films, Ida y Vuelta, Plural Entertainment, Jaleo Films, Enrique Cerezo PC, Think Mol Producciones, Producciones Cinematográficas Tormenta,  Trapper John PC, Rubicón Producciones, BRB International or Haiku Films, among others.

His wide experience in the field and his constant passion for film led him to start teaching at several Educational Centers like Ondas Formacion and Microfusa in Madrid.

In 2011 he finally opened the doors to his own Sound Post-production Studio: Finding the Sound. Please, check out his work at:

Official Website: http://www.findingthesound.es/

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2464351/

Winston Moseley, the now 78-year-old man convicted of killing bartender Kitty Genovese in a headline-grabbing 1964 murder, has been denied parole for the 16th time.
Read more: http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/361497-winston-moseley-killer-of-nycs-kitty-genovese-denied-parole/#ixzz2pzrh4tOK

Winston Moseley, the now 78-year-old man convicted of killing bartender Kitty Genovese in a headline-grabbing 1964 murder, has been denied parole for the 16th time.

Read more: http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/361497-winston-moseley-killer-of-nycs-kitty-genovese-denied-parole/#ixzz2pzrh4tOK

Please, welcome our very amazing editor, Mollie Goldstein!!

Mollie is an editor working in narrative, documentary, and television. Her recent work includes Bottled Up, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival; and The Art of Getting By, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and sold to Fox Searchlight.

Mollie’s first feature was Palindromes, for director Todd Solondz, which appeared at the Venice, New York, Telluride, and Toronto Film Festivals. Her other narrative credits include Monogamy, the first fiction film from Murderball director Dana Adam Shapiro; and The Missing Person, starring Oscar-nominees Michael Shannon and Amy Ryan.  She also worked with directors John Hamburg (Zoolander), Susan Seidelman (Desperately Seeking Susan), and Charles Herman-Wurmfeld (Kissing Jessica Stein).  

Mollie’s nonfiction credits include Hotel Gramercy Park, which won a Special Jury Prize at the Tribeca Film Festival, and Home, which was praised by the New York Times as a “marvelously revealing documentary”. Both films aired on the Sundance Channel.

Our unique editor graduated from Yale University with a degree in American Studies & Film Studies.

Official Website: http://www.molliegoldstein.com/

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1549338/

“I aim to balance the creative and pragmatic demands of filmmaking, and am passionate about the collaborative process of bringing fictional worlds to life. I use costume to express a character’s personality and arc, with the goal of supporting directors and cast in their work.” Anney Perrine

Here you have her: our incredible Costume Designer Anney Perrine.

Anney’s film career began at BCDF Pictures in New York. A former personal stylist, she has continued since to work with award-winning actors (including Sir Ben Kingsley, Melissa Leo, Allison Janney, Bryan Cranston) and producers (Olympus Pictures, Mynette Louie, Anish Savjani).

She has costume designed incredible independent movies such as A Birder´s Guide to Everything (2nd at the Audience Award in Tribeca Film Festival 2013), In our nature, Light Years or Cold comes the Night, among others.

http://www.anneyperrine.com/

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4534618/

"Hello. My name is TANIA BIJLANI and I CREATE WORLDS.”

This is how “Onlookers”´s wonderful Production Designer introduces herself.

She is a storyteller, deeply inspired by people, the way they live, the places they inhabit, the objects they choose to surround themselves with, where they find inspiration and what breaks their hearts. She tells these stories with the use of texture, colours and carefully curated art and objects that subtly and subconsciously inform the viewer and create an overall immersive experience.

Through the course of her more than 8 years in the industry she´s production designed great independent feature films like Sleepwalk with me (Sundance winner), Missed Connections, and  i Origins, the latest movie directed by also Sundance winner Mike Cahill and produced by Verisimititude  (Half Nelson and Terry)

 http://taniabijlani.com/

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3098652/

We are very proud to introduce, Cristina Molino,  “Onlookers”´s Director of Photography.

She is a director and cinematographer from Madrid Spain. Trained as a photographer at Efti School and as a Cinematographer at Madrid’s Film School, ECAM, Cristina was awarded with first-class honours and received an award sponsored by Kodak, Technicolor lab and Camara Rental.

After working as a photographer and several projects as a Cinematographer, she initiated herself also as a film director. ¿Te vas? (Are you leaving?), was the first work she directed and that has been awarded in fifteen film festivals including the International Film Festival of Locarno.

She just released the short film Beyond Memories, which you can watch up here, produced by The Weinstein Company and Lexus as part of the project Lexus Short Films (5 short films directed by 5 directors from different continents, being Cristina the filmmaker that will represent Europe). The first screening took place during the 2013 Oscars week and the world premiere was at Cannes Film Festival 2013 (www.lexusshortfilms.com)

http://cristinamolino.com/

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2836833/

Premise of our short film: “It´s worth complaining about”

Encontré el video perfecto para desearos a todos unas muy Felices Navidades :)
Found the perfect video to wish you all a very Merry Christmas :)

Keep Dancing”, the new work of Onlookers´ amazing DP, Cristina Molino, and Sound Designer, Roberto HG, in collaboration with Arts Council England for Channel 4 (UK). Can´t wait to have these two in New York working with me.

Happy New Year 2012 from Madrid!!!!

 
Merry Christmas everyone!!!
"Onlookers" wish all the very best for this Holiday Season :)

 

Merry Christmas everyone!!!

"Onlookers" wish all the very best for this Holiday Season :)

Onlookers is now part of Spain Red!
Spain Red Project/ Onlookers

Onlookers is now part of Spain Red!

Spain Red Project/ Onlookers

ThinkMol is an emerging very talented Production Company with lots of awards and Festival Official selections behind. They have agreed to co-produce “Onlookers” and help us bring this project to live.
Thanks to Cristina Molino for her support and enthusiasm.
http://www.thmol.com/producciones/cine.html
Cristina´s Reel: http://vimeo.com/25623737

ThinkMol is an emerging very talented Production Company with lots of awards and Festival Official selections behind. They have agreed to co-produce “Onlookers” and help us bring this project to live.

Thanks to Cristina Molino for her support and enthusiasm.

http://www.thmol.com/producciones/cine.html

Cristina´s Reel: http://vimeo.com/25623737