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Filmmaker

Writer, Director, Producer

THE MOVEMENT, Greg’s documentary film debut was selected for Sundance and 20 other international film festivals, winning five awards. He has also served as writer or producer on four short programs and recently completed his first feature, Power of the RiverFilmography:

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Niche Film Distribution

Great Independent FilmsGreg’s work as a movie distribution strategist lately has fallen under the domain of InviteForFilm, a grassroots audience building platform he has developed in partnership with colleague Rogue Edwards. Visit InviteForFilm.com/Filmmakers for more details or register now to be among the first to see great new independent movies for free (full-priced, non-promotional tickets purchased at no cost to you)!

For the past 20 years Greg has worked on some of the most successful independent documentary film releases in history:

  • The 2013 Academy Award® nominated documentary Chasing Ice, which grossed $1.3 million, among the top docs of all time. Greg directed a ticket outreach program that spanned more than 1,110 screenings in 78 theaters.
  • The Movement has reached well over a million viewers through TV broadcasts, cable airings, airline releases, and festivals. Greg served as the film’s co-director and screenwriter and was involved in virtually all levels of production and distribution.
  • Muscle Shoals, a Sundance and SXSW selection, a winner at Boulder and Hot Docs, and a Grammy nominee for its toe-tapping, rump-shaking soundtrack. Seattle Times called it: “Hands down one of the best music documentaries ever made.” Greg directed a ticket outreach program in 32 theaters supporting the movie’s release.
  • The NASCAR Films documentary DALE, narrated by Paul Newman, which played to 3.1 million television viewers, a CMT network record. Greg directed the film’s 212-city theatrical tour.
  • American Mustang, from Oscar® nominee Just Media. HuffPost Denver praised it as: “Sweeping and intimate; a visually stunning love song and call to action.” Greg co-directed a ticket outreach program in concert with the theatrical release of this creative hybrid of narrative fiction and documentary storytelling.
  • Ten years with the Warren Miller tour, the world’s longest running film series. Greg’s responsibilities steadily increased from managing operations of a two-month, 70-city annual tour (180 events, 300,000 attendance, four concurrent crews) to overseeing a multimillion dollar roster of sponsors such as Jeep, Nissan, PBS, Sony, Janus, AT&T, and Visa.
  • Don Hertzfeldt & Mike Judge’s Animation Show 3, featuring shorts from four Oscar® nominated animators and films that went on to win more than 15 international awards. Greg directed the film’s 2007 theatrical release, billed as the largest American animation film tour of the time.