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Michael Marantz Directs Robin Hood Foundation's "We All Stumble"

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Robert Goldrich
Thursday, May. 18, 2017

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Michael Marantz, who earned a slot in SHOOT’s 2015 New Directors Showcase, directed, served as a writer and created the music for this film for the Robin Hood Foundation via production company Already Alive. 

Robin Hood Foundation, which partners with 200-plus organizations, helps some 400,000 New Yorkers a year living in poverty, affording opportunities to people who would otherwise normally fall through the cracks. Titled We All Stumble, this short depicts the plight of the impoverished, ultimately offering a ray of hope as we see how a helping hand can make a world of difference. The film makes a stirring case for contributing to Robin Hood; 100% of donations go toward the partner organizations that are on the front lines of the fight against poverty in NYC.

Credits

Client Robin Hood Foundation Production/Creative Already Alive Michael Marantz, director; Tim Sessler, DP; Noah Meisner, Michael Marantz, exec producers; Tay McEvers, Carlee Briglia, producers; Michael Marantz, Jason Oppliger, Jenny Weiner, writers; Billy Gerard Frank, production designer; Hannah Rothfield, art director; Julie Molo, wardrobe; Filipp Penson, assistant camera; Sandy SooHoo, 2nd assistant camera; Cedric Vara, assistant director; Sussan Cordero, 2nd assistant director; Christine Pfister, set dresser; Brittany Romney, Elvira Gonzalez, hair/makeup; Phil Bradley, DIT. Music Michael Marantz, Soundcloud Casting Jamie Carroll, casting director. Editorial Joint Editorial Nicholas Davis, editor. Color Lenny Mastrandrea, colorist; Matt Hubert, finishing producer. Sound Mixing Taylor Bradshaw, Drew English. Performers Soleidy Mendez; Tyler Matos; Jamej Lawton; James Trenton; Brianna Moore; Vanessa Thorpe; Erik McKey; McKale Gray, Michael Coppola, Darlene Dues, Andre Nieves, Marbel Melendez, Nate Gray, Matt Nagin, Kim Akia. Locations Pentwater Productions, location manager.

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