A selection of trailers and promotionals.
Promo for the upcoming feature documentary about musician/composer/artist/filmmaker Tony Conrad.
Directed and Edited by Tyler Hubby.
Simone White "What the Devil Brings"
Directed by Simone White & Seamus McGarvey. Edited by Tyler Hubby
DOUBLE TAKE (2009) trailer
In his new film DOUBLE TAKE, acclaimed director Johan Grimonprez (dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y) casts Alfred Hitchcock as a paranoid history professor, unwittingly caught up in a double take on the cold war period. The master says all the wrong things at all the wrong times while politicians on both sides desperately clamor to say the right things, live on TV.
DOUBLE TAKE targets the global rise of fear-as-a-commodity, in a tale of odd couples and hilarious double deals. As television hijacks cinema, and the Khrushchev and Nixon kitchen debate rattles on, sexual politics quietly take off and Alfred himself emerges in a dandy new role on the TV, blackmailing housewives with brands they can't refuse.
Bestselling novelist Tom McCarthy (Remainder, Tintin and the Secret of Literature) writes a plot of personal paranoia to mirror the political intrigue in which Hitchcock and his elusive double increasingly obsess over the perfect murder of each other! Subverting a meticulous array of TV footage, Grimonprez traces catastrophe culture's relentless assault on the home, from the inception of televised images to our present day zapping neurosis.
DOUBLE TAKE is edited by Tyler Hubby and Dieter Diependaele.
LOST ANGELS (2010) trailer
Director Thomas Napper's empathetic, but tough-minded documentary invites us into a part of Los Angeles that many choose to ignore—downtown's Skid Row. As we meet the distressed area's residents, including a former Olympic runner, a transgendered punk rocker, and an eccentric animal lover and her devoted companion, their remarkable stories paint a multifaceted portrait of life on the streets. There are undeniable problems—mental illness and addiction are common themes—but there is also hope and a surprising sense of community. Passionate, polemical, and generous in spirit, Lost Angels finds a unique vitality to life on Skid Row and a stirring humanity in those who live there.
Co-Produced and Edited by Tyler Hubby.
A Small Act (2010) trailer
A film by Jennifer Arnold.
Edited by Carl Pfirman and Tyler Hubby.
The Devil and Daniel Johnston (2005) trailer
Directed by Jeff Feuerzeig.
Edited by Tyler Hubby.