Feature FILM TEAM MEMBERS
Justin Levy is a documentary film producer. He is the co-producer of SUPERGIRL, an independent feature documentary. SUPERGIRL is being released worldwide by FilmRise, will broadcast on PBS Independent Lens, and has played at film festivals including the Hamptons International Film Fest, DOC NYC and Slamdance. He is the associate producer of SACRED, a feature documentary by Academy Award-winning director Thomas Lennon that premiered at Tokyo International Film Fest and IDFA, will be broadcast on PBS and was released theatrically. He is also collaborating with Lennon on a new documentary, KNIFE SKILLS, currently in post- production. He worked with director Marshall Curry on his latest film, POINT AND SHOOT, awarded Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at Tribeca. He directed the short documentary PIZZA KING for Vice, which has received nearly 3 million views online. Before working in film, he worked as a public radio producer at NPR-affiliate stations for 6 years.
Alex Lewis is a cinematographer based in New York City. He has traveled the world for work, most recently shooting for the award-winning show on CNN, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. After having received a B.A. in film studies from Columbia University, he continued his training in the field. As a member of Local 600, he was a camera assistant to award-winning cinematographers (including Steven Soderbergh, Zach Zamboni, Piotr Kukla, Graham Willoughby) working on features, documentaries and shows, such as The Knick, Orange is the New Black, Girls, and Gotham. His first documentary short, Single Room Occupancy, which he shot and co- directed, had its World Premiere at the 2016 Seattle International Film Festival. He is currently in post-production on his second documentary short, and is in development on a doc/ travel series with Anonymous Content.
Matthew Mills is an Emmy and Webby Award-winning Director, Writer and Executive Producer. He founded Spacestation in 2007 after many years at MTV and VH1 as a production and development executive. Matthew’s diverse range of credits have found him working in features, commercials, music, television and web series. Highlights include “MTV Unplugged,” “We Always Lie To Strangers” (SXSW 2013), “This Is A Show For Parents of Gay Kids,” “The World Series of Video Games” and “Fodder,” a sketch comedy show for the Cooking Channel. Clients and partners include HBO, PBS, MTV, CBS, Nickelodeon, Food Network, Young & Rubicam, Razorfish, Wunderman, VML, Ulive, and Turner Broadcasting. Matthew has been front and center at the launch of two different television networks - mtvU, Viacom's foray onto college campuses, and College Sports Television which went on to be bought by CBS Sports. Matthew teaches an annual producing workshop at the Hot Docs Film Festival.