Frederick Wiseman's 40th documentary is about the racially and ethnically diverse neighborhood of Jackson Heights in Queens, New York.
Refugees from the dystopian future are immigrating to the past, and citizen watch groups have formed to stop them.
- Premiere Date
- May 8, 2013
- 20 minutes
- Funding Initiative
- Digital Series and Special Projects
Joe Turner Lin
Joe Turner Lin received the Arthur Krim Award, HBO’s Young Producer’s Development Award, and Columbia University’s Best Producer for his Student Academy Award-winning short, Jesus Henry Christ. His thesis film, Seibutsu (Still: Life), was a national finalist for the Student Academy Awards and won the Grand Jury Prize at the San Diego Asian… Show more International Film Festival and the Chinese American Festival of Film and Culture. Since film school, he has worked on more than 80 feature-length and short films, television, commercial, and music video productions, from National Geographic to Universal Motown Records. His first feature as a director is Pick. Show less
Justin Marshall received his MFA in screenwriting from Columbia University, where his feature-length thesis screenplay One Hit Wonder was designated a Top 5 Faculty Selected Script. He has since written or co-written both short and feature scripts, including Caroline By Committee, winner of the Teen Choice Award at the 2007 Woodstock Film Festival,… Show more and The Bed-Stuy Five, an animated feature screenplay which is currently in pre-production. With his girlfriend and writing partner Mary Haas, he has also written two original TV pilots, one of which is in development at Intuition Productions. Show less
Peter Fackler is a film producer and director of photography whose work has been shown nationally and internationally at film festivals (Sundance, Hamptons) as well as on major television networks (National Geographic, Bravo, Travel, Discovery). He has helped projects to win awards, including a Student Academy Award from the Academy of Motion Picture… Show more Arts & Sciences. Show less
Refugees from the dystopian future are immigrating to the past, and citizen watch groups have formed to stop them. On his first “border patrol,” teenage Jackson must choose between his father’s principles and his own sense of humanity.