NUTS POSTER .png
NUTS-7.jpg
NUTS-3.jpg
Brinkley.jpg
Brinkley_3-1024x576.jpg
Screen Shot 2016-02-11 at 11.23.27 AM.png
NUTS-5.jpg
NUTS POSTER .png

Nuts!


SCROLL DOWN

Nuts!


WINNER

2016 Sundance U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Editing

 

screenings

 NUTS! opens in select cities across the U.S. this summer, beginning June 22nd at Film Forum (NYC).

Stay tuned for the rest of the theatrical schedule.

 

NUTS-7.jpg

About


About the film

SCROLL DOWN

About


About the film

NUTS!  is a feature length documentary [directed by Penny Lane] about Dr. John Romulus Brinkley, an eccentric genius who built an empire in Depression-era America with a goat testicle impotence cure and a million watt radio station.

Using animated reenactments, interviews, archival footage, and a hilariously unreliable narrator, NUTS!  traces Brinkley’s rise from poverty and obscurity to the heights of celebrity, wealth and influence in Depression-era America.

Along the way, he transplants tens of thousands of goat testicles; amasses an enormous fortune; is (sort of) elected Governor of Kansas; builds the world’s most powerful radio station; invents junk mail, the infomercial, the sound-truck and Border Radio; hosts some epic parties; and annoys the heck out of the establishment, until finally his audacious actions force the federal government to create regulations to stop him.

How he does it, and what happens when it all comes crashing down, is the story of NUTS!

NUTS-3.jpg

Director's Statement


Director's Statement

SCROLL DOWN

Director's Statement


Director's Statement

I started dreaming up a film about John Brinkley in 2009, after coming across the book Charlatan in my local public library. In conversations with friends I would mention this guy who transplanted goat testicles into men to cure impotence. And a lot of people would ask me, “Well, did it work?”

Well… no, of course it didn’t. But I began to think about how much people want to believe in miracle cures. The weirder the better, really. How “one weird trick to melt belly fat” is way better click-bait than “eat less to lose weight.” Who doesn’t sometimes wish the world was more interesting, more magical, more colorful than it really is? This is why the highest-rated Animal Planet program of all time was a fake documentary about mermaids. This is why Water Kirn falls for Clark Rockefeller. Why conspiracy theories are so compelling. And why we fall for quack doctors, time and time again: they sell us a story we want to believe.

I believe that more than any other single human quality, it is our love of great stories that makes us so endlessly susceptible to being conned. We believe the stories we want or need to believe, and we believe anyone who tells them to us. Con men know this. So do politicians, propagandists, pitchmen, cult leaders, televangelists, pick up artists and manipulators of all kinds – including documentary filmmakers.

And so, NUTS! is not a film that allows us to sit back and laugh at the dummies who fell for Brinkley’s bullshit. Instead, it’s a film that shows we are all those dummies. Unlike Brinkley, however, I seduce you, and then I show you how I did it. Brinkley’s story is not presented as the object of a neutral nonfiction gaze, but as an opportunity for viewers to actively wrestle with the ethical and epistemological issues central to the narrative nonfiction form

And since I am on a mission to prove that watching documentary films isn’t just about eating your vegetables, the viewer is supposed to have fun while they wrestle with this stuff. Ultimately, NUTS! is still just a good old story about a big fat liar, some goat balls and a million-watt radio station. Because who says smart films have to be boring? 

– Penny Lane (February 10, 2016)

Meet Penny

Penny Lane on her film "NUTS!" which premiered in the U.S. Documentary Competition at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Learn more about "NUTS!" at: http://www.sundance.org/projects/nuts

Brinkley.jpg

Press


Press

SCROLL DOWN

Press


Press

NUTS! review – a ridiculously enjoyable ode to old, weird America JAN. 23, 2016 ★★★★ FOUR STARS  Mixing droll animation, stock footage and a restrained number of talking head interviews, the director Penny Lane’s biography has all the whimsy of a tall tale, until a late change in tone surprises with genuine emotion. Nuts! is really a kick.  FULL ARTICLE

NUTS! review – a ridiculously enjoyable ode to old, weird America JAN. 23, 2016

★★ FOUR STARS

 Mixing droll animation, stock footage and a restrained number of talking head interviews, the director Penny Lane’s biography has all the whimsy of a tall tale, until a late change in tone surprises with genuine emotion. Nuts! is really a kick.  FULL ARTICLE

SUNDANCE FILM REVIEW: NUTS! JAN. 25, 2016 On the scale of formal inventiveness and outrageous, headline-grabbing subject matter, however, no one has quite matched Penny Lane. The director's much-buzzed-about NUTS! follows the story of radio pioneer, huckster surgeon, and failed Kansas gubernatorial candidate John Romulus Brinkley, who grafted goat testicles on impotent men, claiming it would cute them.  FULL ARTICLE

SUNDANCE FILM REVIEW: NUTS! JAN. 25, 2016

On the scale of formal inventiveness and outrageous, headline-grabbing subject matter, however, no one has quite matched Penny Lane. The director's much-buzzed-about NUTS! follows the story of radio pioneer, huckster surgeon, and failed Kansas gubernatorial candidate John Romulus Brinkley, who grafted goat testicles on impotent men, claiming it would cute them.  FULL ARTICLE

SUNDANCE 2016: NUTS! REVIEW JAN. 24, 2016 Don't let the synopsis fool you, there's much more here than a simple movie about a guy who likes to put goat balls in people...[Lane] explores the peculiar and undeniably fascinating story of Brinkley in what is easily an early contender doc of the year...Nuts! is a film you'll definitely want to check out.  FULL ARTICLE

SUNDANCE 2016: NUTS! REVIEW JAN. 24, 2016

Don't let the synopsis fool you, there's much more here than a simple movie about a guy who likes to put goat balls in people...[Lane] explores the peculiar and undeniably fascinating story of Brinkley in what is easily an early contender doc of the year...Nuts! is a film you'll definitely want to check out.  FULL ARTICLE

12 Best movies we saw at sundance 2016 JAN. 23, 2016 As illuminating as it is immensely entertaining, Penny Lane's doc uses charming hand-crafted animation to trace how Brinkley ballooned a wacko epiphany into a vast media empire built on nothing but hot air. FULL ARTICLE

12 Best movies we saw at sundance 2016 JAN. 23, 2016

As illuminating as it is immensely entertaining, Penny Lane's doc uses charming hand-crafted animation to trace how Brinkley ballooned a wacko epiphany into a vast media empire built on nothing but hot air. FULL ARTICLE

SUNDANCE FILM REVIEW: NUTS! JAN. 24, 2016 The filmmakers and animators struck a pitch perfect tone for this odd little slice of Americana, and any curator of the weird stories that are hardwired into our country's history will throughly enjoy this film.  FULL ARTICLE

SUNDANCE FILM REVIEW: NUTS! JAN. 24, 2016

The filmmakers and animators struck a pitch perfect tone for this odd little slice of Americana, and any curator of the weird stories that are hardwired into our country's history will throughly enjoy this film.  FULL ARTICLE

'Nuts!': Sundance Review Jan. 28, 2016 A blend of cornpone commentary and tounge-in-cheek exposition, Nuts! is consistently very entertaining  FULL ARTICLE

'Nuts!': Sundance Review Jan. 28, 2016

A blend of cornpone commentary and tounge-in-cheek exposition, Nuts! is consistently very entertaining  FULL ARTICLE

Penny Lane on Sundance, career growth, & creating bold films JAN. 22, 2016 Penny Lane is a documentarian who blends the archival with the personal in powerfully emotive ways... [she] is now firmly ensconced as a leading voice among her documentary filmmaking peers.   FULL ARTICLE

Penny Lane on Sundance, career growth, & creating bold films JAN. 22, 2016

Penny Lane is a documentarian who blends the archival with the personal in powerfully emotive ways... [she] is now firmly ensconced as a leading voice among her documentary filmmaking peers.   FULL ARTICLE

Nuts: a documentary about goat testicle transplants that's too good to be true JAN. 30, 2016 What won't spoil the film is my spewing praise for Lane's craft... Lane is the answer to a question more people should be asking: who's the great documentarian of this generation?  FULL ARTICLE

Nuts: a documentary about goat testicle transplants that's too good to be true JAN. 30, 2016

What won't spoil the film is my spewing praise for Lane's craft... Lane is the answer to a question more people should be asking: who's the great documentarian of this generation?  FULL ARTICLE

10 SUNDANCE BREAKOUTS TO WATCH JAN. 21, 2016 Penny Lane ... employing wacky drawings and Brinkley's own writings -- will surely cement her status as one of the most fascinating documentarians around. FULL ARTICLE

10 SUNDANCE BREAKOUTS TO WATCH JAN. 21, 2016

Penny Lane ... employing wacky drawings and Brinkley's own writings -- will surely cement her status as one of the most fascinating documentarians around. FULL ARTICLE

LOOKING AT THE HEART OF SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL LINEUP Dec. 2, 2015 In keeping with a recent trend in documentary filmmaking, nontraditional, sometimes controversial storytelling techniques will be on full display, Mr. Cooper said. The director Penny Lane, for instance, uses animated re-enactments and "one seriously  unreliable narrator" to trace the "mostly true" story of a man who found success selling a goat-testicle impotence cure, according to Sundance's lineup guide. Her film is called "Nuts!" FULL ARTICLE

LOOKING AT THE HEART OF SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL LINEUP Dec. 2, 2015

In keeping with a recent trend in documentary filmmaking, nontraditional, sometimes controversial storytelling techniques will be on full display, Mr. Cooper said. The director Penny Lane, for instance, uses animated re-enactments and "one seriously  unreliable narrator" to trace the "mostly true" story of a man who found success selling a goat-testicle impotence cure, according to Sundance's lineup guide. Her film is called "Nuts!" FULL ARTICLE

Sundance Film Festival announces Documentary Competition lineups DEC. 2, 2015 Sundance can also be depended on to smash little-known subjects to the front of pop consciousness. Director Penny Lane’s NUTS! aims to do precisely that, following the “mostly true” story of an eccentric genius who built an empire with a goat-testicle impotence cure. “It’s bonkers,” says Groth. “It’s an examination of truth and lies and fiction and the intersection between those realms.” FULL ARTICLE

Sundance Film Festival announces Documentary Competition lineups DEC. 2, 2015

Sundance can also be depended on to smash little-known subjects to the front of pop consciousness. Director Penny Lane’s NUTS! aims to do precisely that, following the “mostly true” story of an eccentric genius who built an empire with a goat-testicle impotence cure. “It’s bonkers,” says Groth. “It’s an examination of truth and lies and fiction and the intersection between those realms.” FULL ARTICLE

Sundance announces its 2016 lineup, offering an array of timely films Dec. 2, 2015 In a film sure not to fit into any trend, director Penny Lane (of course) has made Nuts! -- a movie about John Romulus Brinkly, who in the 1920s perfected (he said) a goat-testicle impotence cure. FULL ARTICLE

Sundance announces its 2016 lineup, offering an array of timely films Dec. 2, 2015

In a film sure not to fit into any trend, director Penny Lane (of course) has made Nuts! -- a movie about John Romulus Brinkly, who in the 1920s perfected (he said) a goat-testicle impotence cure. FULL ARTICLE

The Strange, True Tale of the Old-Timey Goat Testicle-Implanting 'Governor' SEPT. 16, 2014 Director Penny Lane's OpEd in The Daily Beast FULL  OPED 

The Strange, True Tale of the Old-Timey Goat Testicle-Implanting 'Governor' SEPT. 16, 2014

Director Penny Lane's OpEd in The Daily Beast FULL  OPED 

Watch Live-Action and Animation Mix in Trailer for Sundance Doc ‘Nuts!’ (Exclusive Video) JAN. 21, 2016 Contrary to what the title might suggest, "Nuts!" is not about a squirrel searching for its next meal or someone losing their mind. Instead, the Sundance documentary is the fascinating story of the doctor who discovered  he could implant goat testicles into men to cure impotence FULL ARTICLE

Watch Live-Action and Animation Mix in Trailer for Sundance Doc ‘Nuts!’ (Exclusive Video) JAN. 21, 2016

Contrary to what the title might suggest, "Nuts!" is not about a squirrel searching for its next meal or someone losing their mind. Instead, the Sundance documentary is the fascinating story of the doctor who discovered  he could implant goat testicles into men to cure impotence FULL ARTICLE

Sundance 2016 Women Directors: Meet Penny Lane - 'NUTS!' JAN. 20, 2016 Indiewire's Women and Hollywood interview with Nuts! director Penny Lane  FULL  INTERVIEW

Sundance 2016 Women Directors: Meet Penny Lane - 'NUTS!' JAN. 20, 2016

Indiewire's Women and Hollywood interview with Nuts! director Penny Lane  FULL  INTERVIEW

The Hidden Stars of This Year’s Sundance feb. 2, 2016 A high-wire mix of animated sequences, archival interludes, and occasional interviews, the film recounts the story of Dr. John Romulus Brinkley, originally from North Carolina, who made millions as a goat-testicle-transplant and radio-broadcast pioneer, and may have had a Kansas gubernatorial big stolen from him by the Depression-era Democratic Party machine, despite having never attended medical school or held smaller elective office.  FULL ARTICLE

The Hidden Stars of This Year’s Sundance feb. 2, 2016

A high-wire mix of animated sequences, archival interludes, and occasional interviews, the film recounts the story of Dr. John Romulus Brinkley, originally from North Carolina, who made millions as a goat-testicle-transplant and radio-broadcast pioneer, and may have had a Kansas gubernatorial big stolen from him by the Depression-era Democratic Party machine, despite having never attended medical school or held smaller elective office.  FULL ARTICLE

SUNDANCE: Above and beyond March 2016 For her second documentary feature, NUTS!, Penny Lane (her real name) has designed an ingenious mixture of archival documents and animation that is zany, corky, informative, entertaining, and manages to surprise us til the end .. For this, my friends, you have to see this movie. No spoiler alerts on this one. It was just too much fun to experience.  FULL  ARTICLE

SUNDANCE: Above and beyond March 2016

For her second documentary feature, NUTS!, Penny Lane (her real name) has designed an ingenious mixture of archival documents and animation that is zany, corky, informative, entertaining, and manages to surprise us til the end .. For this, my friends, you have to see this movie. No spoiler alerts on this one. It was just too much fun to experience.  FULL  ARTICLE

NUTS! Is, well, nuts! april 2, 2016 While Brinkley's meteoric rise and fall lies at the center of the documentary, it becomes increasingly evident during the film that its creators are analyzing something bigger than one shameless charlatan's life story -- and challenges storytelling and narration, at large. In NUTS!, the goatee-sporting, smooth-talking quack epitomizes the dizzying power of manipulation and how it can be used expertly to prey upon our gullible society.  FULL  ARTICLE

NUTS! Is, well, nuts! april 2, 2016

While Brinkley's meteoric rise and fall lies at the center of the documentary, it becomes increasingly evident during the film that its creators are analyzing something bigger than one shameless charlatan's life story -- and challenges storytelling and narration, at large. In NUTS!, the goatee-sporting, smooth-talking quack epitomizes the dizzying power of manipulation and how it can be used expertly to prey upon our gullible society.  FULL  ARTICLE

Sundance 2016: old masters and new classics feb. 1, 2016 Penny Lane’s uproariously unique animated docuhistory of “Dr.” John Brinkley, notorious for pioneering the transplantation of goat testicles to cure male impotency. While his story may start in an unlikely fashion, it soon becomes something fascinating and altogether unexpected, and no less than a curio of 20th-century Americana. Lane’s clever direction and Coen Brothers-esque storytelling approach distinguishes the film from the festival’s many other documentaries. FULL ARTICLE

Sundance 2016: old masters and new classics feb. 1, 2016

Penny Lane’s uproariously unique animated docuhistory of “Dr.” John Brinkley, notorious for pioneering the transplantation of goat testicles to cure male impotency. While his story may start in an unlikely fashion, it soon becomes something fascinating and altogether unexpected, and no less than a curio of 20th-century Americana. Lane’s clever direction and Coen Brothers-esque storytelling approach distinguishes the film from the festival’s many other documentaries. FULL ARTICLE

Sundance 2016: 'NUTS!' IS loads of fun! feb. 4, 2016 NUTS! is a tribute to the power of storytelling. More specifically, the power we invest in the storyteller. With a little charm and a lot of ignorance, a good storyteller can hoist himself above reproach. The filmmakers put us in league with the ignorant masses; mingling with shady characters and learning the unseemly particulars of goat glands. The old adage states that, “Truth will only reveal itself to those who are willing to see it.” NUTS! proves this adage through laughter and sorrow… but mostly laughter. It’s an entertaining sleight of hand that’s anything but slight.  FULL  ARTICLE  

Sundance 2016: 'NUTS!' IS loads of fun! feb. 4, 2016

NUTS! is a tribute to the power of storytelling. More specifically, the power we invest in the storyteller. With a little charm and a lot of ignorance, a good storyteller can hoist himself above reproach. The filmmakers put us in league with the ignorant masses; mingling with shady characters and learning the unseemly particulars of goat glands. The old adage states that, “Truth will only reveal itself to those who are willing to see it.” NUTS! proves this adage through laughter and sorrow… but mostly laughter. It’s an entertaining sleight of hand that’s anything but slight.  FULL  ARTICLE

 

'nuts!' is an off-the-wall animated documentary about the citizen kane of medical quackery jan. 25, 2016 Opening with an animation of goats having sex, NUTS! is a bright and batty documentary about people getting screwed. You can count the audience among them to a degree, but in a fun way. Penny Lane has made a wildly entertaining piece of animated nonfiction, blending tall tale and courtroom documentary for a folk tale that can be viewed as much about modern charlatans as the specific subject of the film. FULL  ARTICLE

'nuts!' is an off-the-wall animated documentary about the citizen kane of medical quackery jan. 25, 2016

Opening with an animation of goats having sex, NUTS! is a bright and batty documentary about people getting screwed. You can count the audience among them to a degree, but in a fun way. Penny Lane has made a wildly entertaining piece of animated nonfiction, blending tall tale and courtroom documentary for a folk tale that can be viewed as much about modern charlatans as the specific subject of the film. FULL  ARTICLE

SUNDANCE DISPATCH #4 FEB. 1, 2016 Playful, alive, inventive, and fun, NUTS! is a sharp examination of a media-savvy figure with an outsized personality, who courts public attention for his own gain. Donald Trump is the latest appropriate analogue in a long series of J.R. Brinkleys who have made their name in this country over the past century. FULL  ARTICLE

SUNDANCE DISPATCH #4 FEB. 1, 2016

Playful, alive, inventive, and fun, NUTS! is a sharp examination of a media-savvy figure with an outsized personality, who courts public attention for his own gain. Donald Trump is the latest appropriate analogue in a long series of J.R. Brinkleys who have made their name in this country over the past century. FULL  ARTICLE

PENNY LANE'S 'NUTS!' IS WORTH GOING CRAZY FOR JAN. 27, 2016 For Lane, who spent eight years on the project, it’s a huge leap forward from her first film, which she made during a lull in “Nuts!” production, but it should also be seen as a huge leap for the documentary world as a whole, remixing elements that are common practice such as talking heads, exhaustively researched visual recreations and formal chicanery such as chapter stops to create something wholly original and innovative. History never seems to feel as alive as it does in the hands of Lane and it took some serious balls to make a film like “Nuts!” FULL  ARTICLE

PENNY LANE'S 'NUTS!' IS WORTH GOING CRAZY FOR JAN. 27, 2016

For Lane, who spent eight years on the project, it’s a huge leap forward from her first film, which she made during a lull in “Nuts!” production, but it should also be seen as a huge leap for the documentary world as a whole, remixing elements that are common practice such as talking heads, exhaustively researched visual recreations and formal chicanery such as chapter stops to create something wholly original and innovative. History never seems to feel as alive as it does in the hands of Lane and it took some serious balls to make a film like “Nuts!” FULL  ARTICLE

Brinkley_3-1024x576.jpg

Credits


Credits

SCROLL DOWN

Credits


Credits

Support Provided by: 

A Gland Power Film

+

Cartuna Production


Directed By:

Penny Lane

Written By:

Thom Stylinski

Produced By:

Penny LaneCaitlin Mae Burke, James Belfer and Daniel Shepard

Executive Producers:

Dan Cogan, Elias Savada

 Co-Producers:

David Armillei, Kara Janeczko

Associate Producer: 

Gene Tognacci

Illustrated & Animated By:

Drew ChristieHazel Lee SantinoMichael PisanoRose StarkKrystal DownsJulia Veldman, ACE & SON MOVING PICTURE CO., LLC

Original Score:

Brian McOmber

Screen Shot 2016-02-11 at 11.23.27 AM.png

Contact


Contact

SCROLL DOWN

Contact


Contact

You can email Penny directly at lennypane[at-sign]gmail[dot]com.

Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // Penny Lane // Our Nixon 

 

Did you know Penny made this other movie called Our Nixon?

NUTS-5.jpg

Wall of Awesome


Wall of Awesome

SCROLL DOWN

Wall of Awesome


Wall of Awesome

…upon which we etch the names of people who made our Kickstarter a success

Gene Tognacci • Michael Levinthal • Ed Frank • Kenn Archibald • David Armillei • Elias Savada • Louis Venezia • Rona Burke • John & Donna Weston • Jesse Stiles • Adam Wishneusky • Pedro Amador-Gates • minicine? • Snaxtime • Marcus Stafford • Brian Walker • Jake Wolfson • Christoper Butler • John Ford • Ellen Brodsky • Michael Gordin • Laura Heberton • Emily MacKenzie • Philip Cowan • Peter Schechter • Jane Peters • Claire Peters • Anne Kennedy McGuire • Frank L Visco • Glenn Marcus • David Lieberman • David Vincent • Charles Butler • Scott Bush • Zane Van Dusen • Matthew Reynolds • Asha Phelps • Elizabeth Pauker • Martha Fischer • Mark Stylinski • Pope Brock • Eileen Kennedy • Mark Stevenson • David Vanstone • Sandy Brewer • Peter Santino • Aidan Stewart • Allie Baker • Angela Redai • Mark Scorah • Chris Troth • Chelsea Cain • Jennifer Bird-Pollan • Maureen Carman • Kevin Erdman • Colin Hang Ren • Shannon McLachlan • Julia Oldham • Charlotte Wolff • Ottavia De Luca • Amalia Levari • DeWitt Godfrey • Kara Janeczko • Courtney Miller • Leslie Borrell • Patti Scribner • Brian Pera • Gary DaSilva • Abraham Riesman • Rick Perlstein • Alan Norbauer • Beatrice Small • Jack Brennan • Rebecca Fass • Lynn Schundler • Brian Connors • Mary Simonson & Jeff Bary • Dwight Swanson • Wendell Edwards • Alexis Briley • Tom Gardner • Gordon Garb • Jason Hayward • Greg Galloway • Chris Semple • Jim Reardon • Chris Plakholm • Manjula Varghese • Bill Kirkpatrick • Jamie Gump • Rusty Muns • Frank Lopez • Angela Walley • Jay Smales • Rosemary Rotondi • Emily Chameides • Chase Jackson • Lu Olkowski • Susan Woolley • Simon de Vet • John Vanco • Lakshmi Luthra • Mary Troth • Wenhua Shi • Shield Bonnichsen • Gary Powell • David Ehrlich • Sofie Roshauw • Ilan Isakov • Amber Codiroli • Christopher Newell • Meg Jamieson • Georgia Frank • Amber Bertin • Jennalise Vescovo • Heide F. Solbrig • Nicole Durso • Erin Mintz • Ally McCarthy • Aurora Roe • Theresa Kevorkian • Casimir Nozkowski • Emily Scott Pottruck • Anne & Thom Blonski • Shelley Williamson • Douglas Johnson • Sara Kiener • Jamila Wignot • Tyler Measom • David Morrison • William Beutler • Hadrian R. Katz • Jeremy Yaches • Daniel Brothers • Dawna Robertson • Nicholas Tabarrok • Alison S M. Kobayashi • Dan Bouk • Robert Greene • Caroline Rance • Cassidy Gearhart • Miguel Drake-McLaughlin • David Driscoll • Acacia O’Connor • Ben Adair • Will Carlough • Adam Weber • Ilona Rossman Ho • Douglas Bender • Graham T. Beck • Jackie Goss • Harry Morris • Michael Stewart • Chico Colvard • Laura Sorafine • Martin Castaneda • Ben Russell • David Linetsky • Thomas Reeves • Jeff Cornell • Georgette Cosmas • Yancey Strickler • Steve Rubin • Robin Effron • Linda Lauterbach • Dan Schoenbrun • Ryan Scafuro • Charles Fairbanks • Alexandra Blacker • Doug Forbush • Kat Arney • John Lynch • Joe Callander • Daniel Mollenkamp • Amanda Wilder • Ramiro Guzman • Jason Meyers • Jeremy Kaplan • Vanessa Renwick • Heather Spilkin • Chris Iversen • Charles Poekel • William Castellucci • Gabriel Sedgwick • Amanda Bell • Kim Germain • Zachary Russo • Rich Pell • Sam Adams • Elizabeth Marlowe • Sam Ryan • Lindsay Utz • Sandra Thomas • Ryan Cadrette • Miriam Arond • Adam Houston • Ellie Schmidt • Emilie Spiegel • Farihah Zaman • Alex T. Ross • Judith Helfand • Aaron Douglas Johnston • James Baumgartner • Ben Shapiro • Nick Carpenter • Pat O’Neill • Caleb MacKenzie-Margulies • Bennett Elliott • Drea Clark • Arthur Bond • Chris Fairbanks • Megan McFerren • Natalie Ung • Jeffrey Schwarz • Brendan Toller • James Demo • Andrea B. Scott • Liz Cook • Adam Keleman • William Davis • Brian L. Frye • John Cromwell • Josh Douglas • Justin Vaughn • Leah Giblin • Sarah Marquigny • Lance Hathaway • Hrishikesh & Lindsey Hirway • Jillian Schlesinger • Matthew Powell • Riley Hooper • Matt Hames • Ruchi Mital • Anthony Iwanowski • Hilary Mark Nelson • James P. Gannon • Alexandra Marvar • Caroline von Kuhn • Tiffany Tai • Sara Archambault • Craig Charland • Bruce Smolanoff • Alan Cooper • Scott Macaulay • Sharon Shattuck • Peter Moskowitz • Maxim Pozdorovkin • Laura Major • Mark Nevelow • Aaron Wickenden • Steve Siwy • Andrew Semans • Mike Attie & Meghan O’Hara • Nellie Hermann • Oakley Anderson-Moore • Mackenzie Leigh Kimmel • Pam Minty • Molly Koch • Caitlin Foley & Misha Rabinovich • Caitlin Horsmon • Rennik Soholt • Fin Hirschoff • Ashley Simpson • Andrew Flanagan • Ben Nemzer • Victoria Kereszi • Emily-Rose Eastop • Jonathan Gray • Travis Craw • Bryan Horch • Lainie Goldwert • Merete Mueller • Robin Herrera • Suzanne Goldwert • George Schmalz • Steve Anderson • Nathan Truesdell • Iyabo Boyd • Jeff Stark • Yael Bridge • David Burian • Scott P. Harris • Jeanie Finlay • Matt Latham • Maura Tumulty • Alyssa Michek • Rachel Michelle • Helen Hood Scheer • Laura Hemly • Torsten Ketelsen • Rob Mackie • Tieg Zaharia • Mera Jetton Kohler • Braden King • Will Sanborn • Maggie Suhanovsky • Marshall Curry • Julian King • Zac Petrillo • Dan Wayne • Dan Krauss • Norbert Shieh • Willa Koerner • Nora Edmonds • Emma Parnass • Will Sweeney • Erin Lee Carr • Jonathan Miller • Stephen Silha • Ryan Muir • Deborah Aschheim • Justin Weinberger • Gregory Costello • Jen Tomlinson • Owen Katz • Joshua Solondz • Rob Voigt • Christopher Smith • Feliks Garcia • Alison Boland • Cynthia Cowgill • Jean Henry • Phillip Andrew Lewis • Meredith Doby • Iva Radivojevic • Lily Frances Henderson • Sonejuhi Sinha • Philip Gelatt • Kat Vecchio • Derek Beck • Anna Barnes • Steve Feldman • Dan Sallitt • J. Christian Jensen • Mark Kendall • Joseph Handy • Carter Logan • Anastasia Thatcher • Erin Sheley • Ed David • Jeff Silva • Todd Chandler • Maria Marewski • Gregory Bayne • Adam Forrester • The Aaronsons • Brenda Driscoll • Brian Driscoll • Eric Corriel • Scott Leger & Renee Sweet • Chris Doyle • Anna Dresner • Marianne Shaneen • Joy Whipple • Bill Whipple • Meg Prossnitz • Seth Ricart • Charles J. Allard • Ryan Brush • Max Resnik • Arisleyda Dilone • Augusta Palmer • Devin Rankin • Sam Tabet • Alison Ogden • John Tomascheski • Emily Cullings • Christian Lybrook • Joseph Jacobs • Becca McFarland • Eli Watts • Gina Pera • Shaylin Annedore Schundler • Amalia Yakobovich • Vanessa Kritzer • Harry Sleeper • Geoffrey Holm • David Lublin • John Frisbie • Cyrus Stahlberg • Cameron Yates • Julio Miles • Michael Gitlin • Tom Bridge • Todd Thomsen • Doug Block • Jonathan Read • Lenora Warren • Melissa Esner • Wes Howell • Jeff Kreines • Eric White • Lori Felker • Aman Ali & Bassam Tariq • Liz Roberts • Jur Anepool • Lorna Lowe • Lucia Small • Charlie Phillips • Emily McAllister • Andrea Kuhn • Laura Coxson • Molly Reiniger • Nancy Schwartzman • Lance Anderson • Liz Galvao • Mark Head • Dalit Ziv • Hazel Lee Santino • Steven Huang • Joel Schlemowitz • Andrew Aaronson • Seren Gates Amador • Ross MacKenzie • Donna K. • Norman Cohen • Kyle Morrison • Ashley Connor • Ben Paviour • Glenn Johnson • Carolyn Tuttle Hansen • Kevin Doyle • Jill Burkhart • David Van Taylor • Mary Kerr • Michael Lipton • Claire Elizabeth Stiefel • Adam J. Segal • Matthew Ehlers • Rebecca Richman Cohen • Lana Wilson • Spencer Gillis • Katrina Dixon • Jesse Crandall • Sean Dunne • Joseph DeVenuta • Paolo Pedercini • Emilie McDonald • Joy E. Reed • Jon Nealon & Jenny Raskin • Charlotte Cook • Peter Barvoets • Ingrid Kopp • Stephen Saito • Sara Dosa • Robert J. Richards • Laura Starecheski • Leah Rubin-Cadrain • Emile B. Klein • Sarah Wright • Julia Christensen • Reid Blackman • Stacey Steers • Alex Reinhard • Mark Stouffer • Kaye Asco • Jon Leland • Sam Green • David Felix Sutcliffe • Dave Merson Hess • Dylan Marchetti • Susan Thomson • Moriah Simmons • Sandy Patch • Josh Vinitz • Quintan Ana Wikswo • Brian Belovarac • Jodie Mack • Lucy Walker • Shawney Cohen • Charlie Humphrey • Vanessa Gould • Ari Bryen • Anne Fontaine • Lea Thau • Tenley Schmida • Claire Freehafer • Dana Slosar • Jim Stylinski • Michael Larimer • Naftali Beane Rutter • Lee Doyle • Deanna Davis • Dan Ryan • Tess Kohler • Will Epperson • Michael Aschner • Lucas Mann • Scott Peters • Leah Ross • Docurama Films • Mattew Katz • Singeli Agnew • Lesleigh Cushing • Steven Austad • Sebastian Dangerfield • Jessica Oreck • Ed Fogarty • Emil Frye • Gregory Benton • Carolyn Wilder • Cory Morrison • Kathryn Larimer • Jason Sondhi • Kristin McCracken • Mike Ambs • Cori McKenna • Amanda Lebow • Kat Hunt • Danny Madden • Chelsey Pinke • Matt McCormick • Lisa Dent • Martha Shane • Stephanie Strong • Alison Klayman • Stephanie Jenkins • Elizabeth Karr • Nina Davenport • John Von Thaden • Cherise Krug • Tiana Matson • Mark Shlomchik • Alison Colby • Juan Romero • Bob Wilson • Timothy David Orme • D. E. Allen • Katie Scribner • Marcus Custodio • Banker White • Isaac Alfonso • Petri Luukkainen • Adrianne Finelli • Cindi Rowell