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Nonfiction

Film & Television

Concordia Studio is deeply committed to the nonfiction form. Our team focuses on developing and producing talent-led, artful, nonfiction films and series that appeal to wide audiences. The recently acclaimed Concordia production, “STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie,” a feature film about the life of beloved actor and advocate Michael J. Fox was directed by Davis Guggenheim and has garnered a record seven Emmy nominations this year. STILL will compete for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special at the 2023 Emmy Awards. Concordia also produced the recent Netflix release, “WORKING: What We Do All Day,” providing intimate behind-the-scenes portraits of people’s lives and work. The series is executive produced by Barack and Michelle Obama, directed by Caroline Suh, and received a 2023 Emmy nomination as well. 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. “The Enfield Poltergeist,” a nonfiction horror series profiling The Enfield Poltergeist of 1977, was released on AppleTV+ Halloween 2023 and “Navajo Police: Class 57,” offering an immersive look at the Navajo Nation Police Department and modern reservation life, was released on HBO in October 2023.