Cinereach is an independent film company dedicated to vital, artful filmmaking. As a philanthropic organization, Cinereach helps expand its films’ creative potential by offering adaptive development, financing, production, and other support models that align with the unique vision of each supported filmmaker. Cinereach also strives for a more sustainable film industry through targeted initiatives and strategic partnerships with like-minded organizations and commercial entities. The company’s original productions include: Eliza Hittman’s sophomore narrative feature, Beach Rats, which won the US Dramatic Directing Award at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival; Matt Wolf’s Teenage, a “living collage” documentary about the birth of youth culture; and Benh Zeitlin’s first narrative feature, Beasts of the Southern Wild, which was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Picture. Cinereach’s co-productions include Viktor Jakovleski’s immersive documentary, Brimstone & Glory, and the upcoming narrative feature Sorry to Bother You, by Boots Riley. The Florida Project, Strong Island, Last Men in Aleppo, The Fits, and the Academy Award nominated films I Am Not Your Negro, Cutie and the Boxer, and Citizenfour (Best Documentary, 2015), are among over 200 Cinereach grantees across the globe. Filmmakers including Young Jean Lee, Barry Jenkins, and Terence Nance have participated in Cinereach’s year-long fellowships, and independent film producers such as Julie Goldman, Karin Chien, Heather Rae, Shrihari Sathe and Joslyn Barnes have received awards for their innovation and mentorship through the Cinereach producers initiative. Current not-for-profit collaborators include Sundance Institute, Court 13 Arts in New Orleans, and Miami’s Borscht Corp.
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