Screenings


Upcoming

Gimli Film Festival 
Manitoba, July 28

Melbourne Film Festival
August 10, 13

Sidewalk Film Festival
Birmingham, August 19-25

Taoyuan Film Festival
Taiwan, August 17-26

More Screenings Soon
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Reviews & Press




“Matt Wolf’s remarkable Recorder uses Stokes’ recording obsession as a way to explore both Stokes herself and the world she literally committed to video tape. The results are fascinating, weird, and often quite moving.” - Indiewire

“Intriguing from first minute to last... Relating this stranger-than-fiction tale with the narrative twists and turns of a well-paced thriller, Recorder will make news junkies feel a lot better about themselves.” - Hollywood Reporter

“One outstanding offering in this year’s Tribeca Film Festival is Recorder, which reveals the secret greatness of a reclusive activist... An information revolutionary, Stokes, despite her decades of isolation, touched the nerve center of the times.” - New Yorker

Recorder is more than just a portrait of a woman’s complicated relationships and obsessions… Recorder quietly seeds damning observations about the ways media narratives are formed, and how the shapers of these narratives distort the truth and our worldview.” - Flixist

“Marion’s life makes for a pensive, complicated romantic tragedy.” - Nonfics

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The Filmmakers


Directed by Matt Wolf

An End Cue &
Electric Chinoland Production
in association with C41 Media

Producers
Kyle Martin
Andrew Kortschak
Walter Kortschak

Executive Producers
Andrew Kortschak
Walter Kortschak

Edited by
Keiko Deguchi

Music by
Owen Pallett

Cinematographers
Chris Dapkins
Matt Mitchel
Director Bio

Matt Wolf is an award-winning filmmaker in New York whose feature documentaries include Wild Combination, about the avant-garde cellist and disco producer Arthur Russell and Teenage, about early youth culture and the birth of teenagers. His short films include I Remember, about the artist and poet Joe Brainard, Time Magazine’s The Face of AIDS about a controversial Benetton advertisement, and Bayard & Me, about the civil rights activist Bayard Rustin. He is also the director of HBO’s It’s Me, Hilary and is the co-curator of film for the 2019 Whitney Biennial. He is a Guggenheim Fellow.

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www.mattwolf.info
Producer Contact

Kyle Martin
kyle@electricchinoland.com


Sales Agent

Amanda Lebow, CAA
amanda.lebow@caa.com
Mark