CREDITS

 

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES

 

KNOCK DOWN THE HOUSE (85 min.)
additional cinematography. (Rachel Lears, director)

World Premiere Sundance Film Festival.

 

ONE OCTOBER (54 min.)
director of photography (Rachel Shuman, director)

World premiere Full Frame Film Festival.

 

ONE CUT, ONE LIFE (107 min.)
additional cinematography (Lucia Small, director)

World Premiere New York Film Festival.

 

MY OWN MAN (82 min.)
director of photography (David Sampliner, director)

World Premiere Tribeca Film Festival. Distributed by Netflix as a Netflix Original.

 

FIRST COMES LOVE (108 min.)
additional cinematography (Nina Davenport, director)

World premiere Toronto Film Festival, distributed by HBO.

 

BY THE PEOPLE (116 min.)
additional cinematography (Amy Rice and Alicia Sams, directors)

Distributed by HBO.

 

OFF AND RUNNING (76 min.)
additional cinematography (Nicole Opper, director)

Distributed by POV.

 

TURNING POINTS (60 min.)
director of photography (David Sampliner, director)

World Premiere Frameline Film Festival. Winner, “Best of Class” RCC DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards.

 

DIRTY WORK (58 min.)
director of photography (David Sampliner and Tim Nackashi, directors)

World Premiere Sundance Film Festival. Jury Prize, Best Documentary Atlanta Film Festival and Bend Film Festival. Broadcast on Sundance Channel, now available for streaming on iTunes and other digital platforms.

 

DOCUMENTARY SHORTS

 

BROTHERS (8 min.)
director of photography (David Sampliner, director)

World Premiere at Dok Leipzig.

 

BREAD POWER (7 min.)
director of photography (David Sampliner, director)

Commissioned and distributed by Etsy.

 

ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND INNOVATION (30 min.)
co-director of photography (Tom Piper, Rachel Shuman, David Sampliner, directors)

World premiere Festival International du Film sur l’Art in Montreal. Now on permanent exhibition at Guggenheim Museum in NYC.

 

MAKING OF “BY THE PEOPLE: THE ELECTION OF BARACK OBAMA” (15 min.)
director of photography (David Sampliner, director)

Distributed by Sony Entertainment on DVD.

David Sampliner