"When Davide Sorrenti died in 1997, from a kidney failure brought on by a combination of heroin and a long-term health condition, it marked the pinnacle of the moral panic over ‘heroin chic’. The photographer, son of renowned fashion photographer Francesca Sorrenti and younger brother of Vanina and Mario Sorrenti, became a figurehead for the problems of New York’s 90s fashion scene, falling into drug abuse after explosive critical and commercial success before he’d even turned 21.
Through See Know Evil, a documentary film charting an ‘oral biography’ of Davide Sorrenti’s life, Charlie Curran wants to paint a more intimate portrait of the photographer, featuring interviews with those who knew him best. Now, through an accompanying Instagram, Curran seeks to show the long process of making this film – the Kickstarter for which was started all the way back in 2012." - DAZED
"It feels like everyone is talking about “New Deep South,” Rosie Haber’s short docuseries exploring the lives of queer people of color in the South. Spurred on by the presumption that there are no queer people in the South, Haber (who identifies as gender nonconforming) and co-creator Lauren Cioffi set out to unmask those stereotypes and find people living out and proud in red states. Steeped in the vibrant immediacy of their subjects’ unmistakable style, the series looks like nothing else on TV, which is what probably earned it a debut at the Tribeca Film Festival." - INDIE WIRE