NEPADOC is a documentary about intersections of environment, industry, and identity in Northeastern Pennsylvania over the past 300 years.
Inspired by non-verbal documentary film landmarks such as Koyaanisqatsi and Baraka, NEPADOC blends 4K cinematography, local historical footage, and a sweeping score into a dizzying and contemplative meditation on culture, place, and public memory.
Produced by Dweebland Productions, and conceived by Dr. David Heineman, the film has been shown at a number of festivals and community theatres throughout Pennsylvania.
My role was primarily in the audio post production phase.
It’s been interesting to work on something that has as it’s focus the landscape and people from there area where I spent most of my time as a child and young adult.
For updates, and the latest screenings, check out the NEPADOC website.