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films by Silvia Turchin
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A Great Ride
2018. A Great Ride is a documentary about lesbians aging with dynamism and zest for life. Director: Deborah Craig. Director of Photography: Silvia Turchin. Selected Awards: Best Film -- LGBT Los Angeles Film Festival. Best in Show, Short Film -- Wicked Queer, The Boston LGBT Film Festival. Audience Award, Best Short Film -- Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival.
Dogs of the 9th Ward
2015, BEST SHORT DOC at Williamsburg Independent Film Festival & Grass Valley Animal Film Festival (2016), 30-minute documentary about the massive stray dog population in the 9th Ward of New Orleans.
Veteran Doc Corps: Zoe Dunning
2014. Portrait of Zoe Dunning, veteran and human rights activist who was instrumental in the repeal of "Don't ask, don't tell". Selected Screenings: Frameline 38, Oslo Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Queer Screen Sydney, 17th Annual Long Island Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
Veteran Doc Corps: Scott Castle
2013. Marine Corps veteran, Scott Castle recounts his struggle to adapt to the civilian world, finding focus and solace in weight lifting. Selected Screening: San Francisco Film Society, Cinema by the Bay Festival
Living Inside Out
2012. *Director of Photography only* Directed by Erin Persley. Set in the San Francisco Bay Area, Living Inside Out explores the intense challenge of reentering society through the eyes of three formerly incarcerated women. Selected Screenings: San Francisco Documentary Film Festival, Black Maria Film & Video Festival, Atlanta Underground Film Festival
Imagining Chinatown: Republic Cafe
2014. Salinas Chinatown - memory fills the negative space. Commissioned by Chinatown renovation group.
El pequeño pianista
2004. A frog marionette plays the baby grand on the streets of Barcelona and transports passersby, albeit for a moment.
This Green Path
2012. *Director of Photography only* Directed by Chan Yok. Landscape architect reflects on how design affects existence.