By Egotist / /
Joshua Carlon is a Minnesota-based filmmaker whose film and documentary work has been featured by National Geographic, PBS, the New York Times, and the Walker Art Center. Josh lives in Minneapolis where he works for the ad agency catchfire.
He recently released a new short documentary film, “Saul’s 108th Story,” on Amazon Prime. The film premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival (first MN short at Tribeca) and is currently wrapping up its film festival run. The film tells the tale of Saul Moroz, who in 1950 Brooklyn got roped into a dangerous job involving a famous landmark. Because of the difficulty in finding archival imagery to visualize the story, the film is partially told through animation.
Check out the trailer.