Sub64Films is a full service creative production company specialized in documentary filmmaking. We partner with brands to find the stories that convey their values and then share them in a cinematic way that will move, inspire, and activate viewers. We believe in pushing the creative boundaries of documentary storytelling while preserving the authenticity that is at the heart of the process. We are personally drawn to stories of underdogs and dreamers who overcome challenges and defy expectations. Whether it's a commercial, brand film, marketing video, or customer portrait, our work celebrates what makes us human.
Our team members have done work for brands like Virgin America, Jordan, Pinterest, and Facebook. Our independent films have played at major festivals such as Tribeca, Sundance, and Telluride, earned Student Academy Awards, and been featured as New York Times Op-Docs.
The child of Jewish immigrants from apartheid South Africa, Kevin began his career in international human rights work before returning to his first love, documentary storytelling, as an alternative tool for change. After completing his MFA in Documentary Film at Stanford University, Kevin won awards at film festivals around the world, was selected for the “Filmmakers of Tomorrow” program at the Telluride Film Festival, and earned a Student Academy Award®. He has produced projects for PBS, Discovery, and The New York Times. His first feature-length film True Son premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and was sold to Fusion TV. Kevin is a graduate of Yale University.
Matt was born with his boots on in the North of England. Matt found his first calling in photography and theatre before years of travel led him to California where he reinvented himself as a family man and documentary filmmaker. Matt always goes the extra mile to capture the perfect shot, whether it means straddling ceiling beams, climbing a three-story tower, or sprinting across an active auto racetrack. Matt shot and produced the Emmy Award-winning PBS documentary “Seeking 1906” and, for the last 10 years, has worked as a freelance DP on projects for Pinterest, LInkedIn, Gap, Virgin America, and Twitter to name a few. He is currently building his own family home from scratch in Marin.
Laura is the intellectual powerhouse of the team. She loves the challenge of shaping raw footage into compelling story arcs and can wax endlessly about character development, scene juxtapositions, and the pros and cons of classic three-act story structure. She began her career at post-productions houses before getting her MFA in Documentary Film at Stanford where she met Kevin. She has since cut projects for Adobe, Salesforce, and many others. Her award-winning short films have screened at numerous festivals and she edited True Son. She is currently directing her first feature film about country doctors facing the opioid crisis. She teaches film at Stanford and the Art Institute of California.
Sean is an all-around post-production whiz with a knack for editing, animation, motion graphics, and visual effects. He works across genres on documentaries, music videos, and fiction projects. He edited and did visual effects for the science fiction film Advantageous which won a Jury Award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival as well as Man from Reno which won best narrative film at the Los Angeles Film Festival. His client list includes Facebook, GE, Lego, and Nokia. He recently shot and edited Parque Central, an experimental documentary film set in Antigua, Guatemala.