Q&A with Filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn, moderated by Producer/Curator
Wednesday, October 19
NOTE: This screening is SOLD OUT.
A standby line will form at the box office 30 minutes prior to showtime.
Nathaniel Kahn is an American filmmaker. His documentary MY ARCHITECT (2003) — about his father, the architect Louis Kahn — was nominated for an Academy Award, two Independent Spirit Awards, and won the Directors Guild of America Award. His film TWO HANDS (2006) about the pianist Leon Fleisher was nominated for an Academy Award and an Emmy. Kahn's documentary on the interaction between the worlds of art and commerce, THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING (2018) premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, was broadcast by HBO and was nominated for an Emmy. His film THE HUNT FOR PLANET B (2021) about NASA’s Webb Telescope premiered at SXSW, was broadcast by CNN and was nominated for an Emmy.
Charlotte Cook is a producer, film curator, and writer. Charlotte is the Co-Founder and Executive Producer of Field of Vision, a filmmaker-driven documentary unit that commissions, creates and supports original short-form and feature-length nonfiction films that use innovative and artistic ways to explore contemporary global issues through a cinematic lens, and to push the boundaries of nonfiction storytelling. Prior to Field of Vision, she was the Director of Programming at Hot Docs, North America’s largest documentary festival. She has also worked with BBC Storyville, and the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Charlotte is also currently a programmer at CPH:DOX and produced the feature films OUR NEW PRESIDENT, THE PROPOSAL, THE GOSPEL OF EUREKA and the short Do Not Split, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award.