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Lucia Small

LUCIA SMALL has been an independent filmmaker for over 15 years. In 2002, Small premiered My Father, The Genius, her feature documentary directorial debut, which garnered several top film festival awards, including Grand Jury Prizes for the Best Documentary and Best Editing at the Slamdance Film Festival. My Father, The Genius was broadcast internationally and in 2003 was featured as part of the Sundance Channel’s newly launched DOCday series. It is currently distributed by New Yorker Films.

Small has a list of credits as producer of several nationally televised programs and award-winning documentaries. Producing credits include: Beth Harrington’s The Blinking Madonna and Other Miracles (1996, ITVS); Laurel Chiten’s The Jew in the Lotus (1998, ITVS); The Mississippi: River of Song (1999), a 4-part PBS series; American Wake (2003), a fiction film distributed by Horizon Entertainment and Netflix; and the historical documentary Damrell’s Fire (2005), broadcast nationally by American Public Television.

She has also worked as a freelancer for Scoutvision, Discovery Channel, USA Cable, C-Span, Media One, John Hancock, and on numerous fiction films.

Small is developing several projects under her production company Small Angst Films, including Genius II and War Stories, which has received a pre-production grant from the LEF Foundation.

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My Father The Genius

$23.95 | 84 minutes

(2005)

Director Lucia Small takes a look at her estranged father Glen Small, Futurist architect and self-proclaimed visionary, in MY FATHER THE GENIUS. Once a member of the famed Southern California Institute of Architecture, Glen Small is, at&hellip…

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The Axe in the Attic

$24.95 | 110 minutes

(2007) - Co-writer, Director, Editor

The Axe in the Attic focuses on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, two filmmakers, drawn together by outrage, take a sixty-day roadtrip from New England to New Orleans. Along the way they meet evacuees and witness the loss, dignity, perseverance&hellip…

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The Axe in the Attic - ON DEMAND

$3.99 | 110 minutes

(2007) - Director

The Axe in the Attic focuses on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina two filmmakers, drawn together by outrage, take a sixty-day roadtrip from New England to New Orleans. Along the way they meet evacuees and witness the loss, dignity, perseverance&hellip…

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The Axe in the Attic - DOWNLOAD

$11.99 | 110 minutes

(2007)

The Axe in the Attic focuses on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina two filmmakers, drawn together by outrage, take a sixty-day roadtrip from New England to New Orleans. Along the way they meet evacuees and witness the loss, dignity, perseverance&hellip…

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The Lower Ninth Ward - DOWNLOAD

$7.99 | 8 minutes

(2008)

Lower Ninth Ward is a film unlike any other. The sheer destruction and destitution brought on by Hurricane Katrina paints the backdrop for this eerie and moving portait of the embattled New Orleans district. Free of narration and sentiment&hellip…

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