Give us this day
With unprecedented access, Give Us This Day follows a year in the life of three police officers, and three residents of East St Louis, IL, as their stories intersect and transform. Directed by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist. Produced and Photographed by Adam Booher. Premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and on AT&T Audience Network. Watch the trailer HERE.
Being embedded with both the saints and the sinners (always so difficult to know which is which), cinematographer Adam Booher does a superb job, capturing the good, the bad and deadly.
How the filmmakers were able to film several scenes of such incredible emotional intimacy testifies to their skill and, undoubtedly, affection for each of their subjects...don’t miss this gem of a documentary.
In Momentum Generation a ragtag community of teenage surfers bring their sport to unprecedented heights. Written and Directed by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist. Executive produced by Robert Redford. With Editing by Adam Booher. Premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Awarded the national Emmy in the sports category for best feature film. Read more at HBO.
Breathtaking - The Washington Post
why not us
An all-access docuseries on the North Carolina Central University men’s basketball program, which looks to become the first HBCU to reach the Sweet 16. Directed By Michael Gleaton. Produced by NBA star Chris Paul and ESPN's Stephen A. With cinematography by Adam Booher. Now streaming. Watch the trailer HERE.
all in: life on the world championship tour
This all-access, behind-the-scenes documentary follows Steph Gilmore and Kanoa Igarashi as they take on the World Surf League Championship Tour. Directed by Marc Levy and Marc Salomon. Edited by Adam Booher. Distributed by Red Bull. WATCH Episode One. Discover more episodes.
The gold standard for evocative cinematic backstory behind surfing’s greatest athletes - Surfline
Ferguson: A report from occupied territory
Through a system of excessive traffic tickets municipal police forces in St. Louis County, MO have criminalized the communities they serve. Directed by Orlando de Guzman. Photographed and Edited by Adam Booher. Distributed by Fusion. WATCH the film.
Watch this film to understand institutionalized racism in Ferguson. - Huffpost
Offers invaluable insights from Ferguson residents for whom the burdens of discrimination and injustice are a daily fact of life - Meaningful Movies
rio bizarro: SUperhero politics in brazil
As political tensions rise in Brazil ‘rich batman’ and ‘poor batman’ take to the streets to fight their discordant ideas of public corruption. Directed by Orlando De Guzman. Edited by Adam Booher. Distributed by Fusion. WATCH the film.