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Not Going Quietly

November 24 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm PST

SCL Virtual Screening + Q&A: NOT GOING QUIETLY w/Giosuè Greco, Nicholas Bruckman, & Amanda Roddy

Composer
GIOSUÈ GRECO

Director
NICHOLAS BRUCKMAN

Producer
AMANDA RODDY

MODERATED BY KAYA SAVAS (Film.Music.Media)

Screening Link available upon Registration

YouTube Live Stream Q&A
Wednesday, November 24, 12:00PM (PT)

Not Going Quietly is the story of Ady Barkan who was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 32. Fearing rising health care costs in light of the proposed 2018 tax reform, Ady heads for Washington as part of a group voicing its concerns. NR | 96mins

Giosuè Greco is an Italian composer who has exhibited his scoring talent in numerous television series and films. Most recently, he scored director Nicholas Bruckmann’s IDA Award-nominated film, Not Going Quietly, a SXSW/Tribeca favorite. Other scoring highlights include his frequent collaborations with award-winning director Rayka Zehtabchi, including on Hulu’s A Woman’s Place and 2018 Academy Award winner Period. End of Sentence. From a young age, Giosuè has been experimenting with all kinds of musical instruments and cultivated a range of abilities from electronic synth focused to orchestral palettes. He was recognized for his talent and hard work early on when he was selected to receive a scholarship to the well-renowned Berklee College of Music, where he earned a degree in Music Production and Engineering. He performed as a saxophone player in orchestras on prestigious stages across Europe such as The Palau De La Musica in Valencia, Spain. 

Working alongside frequent collaborator Dan Romer, Giosuè has handled roles as an additional music composer, instrumentalist, and recording engineer on projects such as Ubisoft’s Far Cry 5, Netflix’s Maniac, Fox Searchlight/Disney’s Wendy, and ABC’s The Good Doctor.

Nicholas Bruckman is the founder and CEO of People’s Television, a creative studio that produces award-winning independent films as well as digital and broadcast content for the world’s leading brands. His recently premiered documentary feature Not Going Quietly, executive produced by Mark and Jay Duplass, premiered at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival and Tribeca Film Festival to great acclaim. The film has earned various accolades including 3 IDA Award nominations. He previously produced the narrative feature film Valley of Saints, shot under lockdown in Kashmir, which won the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival and the AsiaAfrica Prize at the Dubai Film Festival. His first documentary La Americana broadcast worldwide on networks including National Geographic and Al Jazeera. In 2020 he executive produced numerous short films, including Rosa, which was funded by the Tribeca Through her Lens award and won Best Short at the Woodstock Film Festival, and Desert Mourning, which premiered at Mountainfilm Telluride.

Through People’s TV, Nick regularly produces branded films globally for clients including Airbnb, Greenpeace, Facebook, and Dropbox, and works with A-list talent and CEO’s. He has produced and directed feature films, documentaries, and commercials in over 25 countries around the world, including across Latin America, Europe, and Asia.

Amanda Roddy is an award-winning documentary filmmaker with People’s Television. She has led projects as a director, producer, and writer for clients such as the Democratic National Convention, Covergirl, Elizabeth Warren for President, Equal Justice Works, The Nature Conservancy, and The Equity Fund. Recently, she directed and produced a two-minute primetime television spot that appeared on NBC during the 2020 Democratic National Convention. Her work has been supported by the International Documentary Association, Rooftop Films, Film Independent, IFP, and HBO.

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FREE for current SCL members (click HERE to check membership status).

Attendees will be emailed a Screening Link upon Registration and a Q&A YouTube Live Stream link on Wednesday, November 24, 10 minutes before Q&A start.

Attendees can ask questions on YouTube chat, and the SCL Host will pass them on to the Moderator. The SCL Member Code of Conduct applies to online Q&As.