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Film & Television

Concordia Studio is deeply committed to the nonfiction form. Our team focuses on developing and producing talent-led, artful, premium nonfiction films and series that appeal to wide audiences.

Concordia produced 2023’s acclaimed Sundance documentary film “STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie,” Guggenheim’s feature film about the life of beloved actor and advocate Michael J. Fox. The film garnered four Emmy® awards including “Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special,” and swept the 2023 Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards with five wins. STILL was also recently nominated for the prestigious Peabody® award, to be announced in June 2024. Additional 2023 Concordia releases include Netflix’s “Working: What We Do All Day,” a compelling documentary series narrated by President Barack Obama that explores the ways we find meaning in work and how our experiences and struggles connect us on a human level; “Navajo Police: Class 57,” a three-part documentary series chronicling a group of recruits as they enter the Navajo Police Training Academy, released by HBO; and “The Enfield Poltergeist,” a nonfiction genre horror series profiling Poltergeist of 1977 that inspired popular horror movies, which premiered on Apple TV+. Recently, Concordia produced “Girl’s State,” a follow up film to widely celebrated Emmy® award-winning documentary “Boys State,” which had its world premiere at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival and debuted on Apple TV+, as well as the documentaries “We Can Be Heroes” and “Whatever It Takes,” which both had their world premieres in March 2024 at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, TX.

Concordia’s other nonfiction titles include, 2022 Academy Award, BAFTA and Grammy-winning SUMMER OF SOUL (directed by Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson) winner of multiple international accolades including 2022 Independent Spirit and Critics Choice Awards, distributed by Searchlight Pictures and Hulu; Robert Greene’s 2022 Academy-shortlisted and Emmy-nominated PROCESSION, acquired by Netflix at the 2021 Telluride Film Festival; HOMEROOM (Peter Nicks) winner of the Jonathan Oppenheim Editing Award for U.S. Documentary and is distributed by Hulu; AT THE READY (Maisie Crow) released by Gravitas Ventures; Emelie Mahdavian’s BITTERBRUSH released by Magnolia Pictures, and the true crime series ONCE UPON A TIME IN LONDONGRAD released June 2022 by Sky Documentaries/Now. Additionally, the 2021 Academy Award-nominated and Peabody Award-winning TIME (Garrett Bradley), which won the Sundance Directing Award for U.S. Documentary and is distributed by Amazon Studios; plus Emmy Award-winning and Sundance U.S. Grand Jury-winning BOYS STATE (Jesse Moss & Amanda McBaine) which is distributed by Apple TV+ and A24; 2022 Peabody-winning and Emmy-nominated A THOUSAND CUTS (Ramona S. Diaz) which is distributed by Frontline (PBS), and BLOODY NOSE, EMPTY POCKETS (Bill Ross & Turner Ross) which screened at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival and was released by Utopia. Other recent work includes INSIDE BILL’S BRAIN: DECODING BILL GATES (Davis Guggenheim) for Netflix, Sundance-premiered WHERE’S MY ROY COHN? (Matt Tyrnauer) for Sony Pictures Classics, Sundance-premiered BISBEE ’17 (Robert Greene), Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning THE PRICE OF FREE (Derek Doneen) for YouTube Premium and FROM HERE TO HOME, a series of shorts with the New York Times Op-Docs including Laura Nix’s Oscar-nominated WALK RUN CHA-CHA.