Hayden Thorpe - "Love Crimes", taken from the debut album Diviner, out 24th May 2019 on Domino Records.
A documentary following the heartbreak of one island’s attempt to help refugees.
Currently being adapted into a feature length fiction film by Alexandra Liveris and Faliro House Productions (Before Midnight, The Lobster).
Role: Director/ Producer/ Editor
Thessaloniki Film Festival, Greece 2017 Winner, Special Jury Award
Aspen ShortsFest, USA 2017 Winner, Audience Award
Newport Beach Film Festival, USA 2017
Palm Springs ShortFest, USA 2017
Nantucket Film Festival, USA 2017
University of Virginia, USA, 2017
Lebanese Film Festival, Sydney, 2017
St. George Open Air Cinema, Sydney Harbor Bridge, 2017
Poly Theater, UK, 2018
UNHCR Refugee Film Festival, Japan, 2018
Sebastopol Film Festival, USA, 2017
St. Cloud Film Festival, USA, 2017
Solidarity Now, Athens,Greece, 2017
Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival, 2017
Aeon Magazine, Online feature, 2018
Salon Magazine, Online feature, 2018
Vimeo Staff Pick, Online feature, 2017
Amazon Prime, Online feature 2017
Festival Scope, Online feature, 2017
A rare and intimate view into the world of premiere architect Santiago Calatrava. Plus a gallery installation piece exhibited in the Prague City Gallery and at Nowness.com
Role: Director/ Producer
Prague City Galler, Austria, 2018
Maison Architecture, France, 2018
Architecture and Design Film Festival, LA/NYC, 2017
DOCNYC, USA 2016
A personal essay film tracking the subconscious of a sleepwalker.
Premiered in competition at Tribeca Film Festival.
Role: Director/ Producer / Editor
NewFilmakers Anthology Film Archives, New York, 2016
Tribeca Film Festival, USA 2014
Let’s All Be Free Film Festival, London 2014
Backyard Film Festival SF, USA 2014
A series of seven short documentaries commissioned by Google Creative Lab. The films follow 6 women in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Egypt who are using technology to create businesses that empower other women in the region.
Our anthem film has had over 17.7 million views on YouTube.
Role: Director/ Cinematographer
Distribution: 17. 7 million viewers on YouTube
Selected press: Google Blog
After being mistreated as a part-time hire, Mexican immigrant María finds her voice, a community, and dignity within the San Francisco Women’s Collective. Shot with a hand-cranked Bolex camera on 16mm black-and-white stock.
Role: Director/ Producer/ Cinematographer/ Editor
Souq Film Festival, Italy 2015
Unspoken Film Festival, NY 2015
Sustainable Living Film Festival, Turkey 2015
Shorts TV, Nationwide Broadcast, USA 2014
UNAFF, Nationwide, USA 2014
Newport Beach Film Festival, CA 2014
Sebastopol Film Festival, CA 2014
Cantor Art Museum, Stanford University 2014
Backyard Film Festival, SF 2013
Lunafest, Nationwide, USA and Canada 2013
Distribution: Shorts TV
A ten part series about the ingenuity of the Ancient Greeks written for National Geographic and PBS Learning Media.
Written and Directed by Alexandra Liveris