As the world increasingly turns its attention to the Syrian refugee crisis and the protracted war in Syria, we are thrilled Influence Film Club https://www.facebook.com/InfluenceFilm?fref=ts has dedicated a whole month to E-TEAM. Log onto their website to read interviews with former E-TEAM investigator, Anna Neistat and co-directors Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman. Plus find additional discussion materials.
A better way to remember one of E-TEAM's cinematographers, James Foley.
Anna Neistat's good work continues at Amnesty International as she continues to shed light on the crisis in Syria.
Last year E-Team had the great honor of being among the films featured at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival. This year, we hope that lots of people come out to support The Trials of Spring at this year's event. It screens in June at IFC Center details are at the link below.
E-team is now available for purchase! Follow the link for information about how you can purchase your own copy of the film for educational use:
"I've found that the documentary community all around the country—and the world, really—is very supportive. To be able to convene with so many richly talented people from all different backgrounds without the distraction of a film festival was very refreshing, and it reminded me that this is an encouraging and generous community."
E-Team Director Ross Kauffman sits down with the International Documentary Association to talk about emotions, community, and the ethics of film making.
Last night, E-TEAM won the Most Valuable Documentary of the Year at the Cinema for Peace Gala in Berlin! We are very honored by this award and pleased that the actual E-Team could be there for the event: Anna Neistat, Fred Abrahams, Ole Solvang. Everyone was in high spirits and Fred even got some quality time with the members of Pussy Riot!