Alex Stonehill is a photojournalist, videographer and multimedia producer at The Seattle Globalist, an award-winning journalism nonprofit based at the University of Washington. His video work has been featured on PBS’s Foreign Exchange with Daljit Dhaliwal and FRONTLINE/World and his photography has been printed in the Seattle Times, the Seattle Weekly, Global Post, and many others. He has reported from over a dozen countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East and teaches video production and multimedia storytelling at the University of Washington.
Bradley Hutchinson studied Film, Video and New Media at the Evergreen State College. He has worked for companies including CBS, Viacom, Universal Films, Dreamworks, Microsoft and various independent production units. Bradley has worked in all aspects of filmmaking from general crew, writing, producing, and directing to post-production, editing, animation and distribution. In 2006 he won the CineX Showcase at the Olympia Film Festival and was a runner up at the PDX Film Invitational for his film performance piece My Primary Colors. Brad currently lives in Seattle, Washington where he makes films for the production company that he helped to found, the Last Quest.
Barzan: The Movie: Barzan is an intimate portrait of a suburban family ripped apart by a terrorism accusation. Shot both in Iraq and Seattle, this investigative documentary examines terrorism, immigration, and the sacrifices we make to protect the American dream.
March 6: Miramar Cultural Center Artspark, Miramar, FL
March 7: The Palace Theater, Gallatin, TN
March 9: Clifton Center, Louisville, KY
March 11: Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA
March 13: Wallace State Community College, Hanceville, AL
March 14: Serenbe Institute for Art, Culture, and the Environment, Chattahoochee, GA
March 16: Winder Cultural Arts Center, Winder, GA