A gripping look at the media revolution that emerged from Zuccoti Park in New York City to the world. It is the story of how many people came together in the sun and rain, day and night, broke and loaded with energy and hope to get their story out to the world. #OWS [Occupy Wall Street] has galvanized the world. #whilewewatch is the real inside story of great people who have no fear. They don't back down from the police, big business or a city government that tried to dismiss them. When regular media paid no attention to this movement they decided to tell the world their story. #whilewewatch is the real experience of what democracy looks like. We hear it from their voices, pain, energy and honesty.
Kevin Breslin Director Kevin's recent documentary "Living for 32" is the inspirational story of Colin Goddard, a survivor of the tragic gun shooting massacre at Virginia Tech. Living for 32 premiered at Sundance and was shortlisted for an Academy Award in 2011. It is a Showtime film and BBC film internationally. Kevin's first short film, "A Smile Gone, but Where?" premiered on the Oxygen Network along with Breslin's second short film, "Women of Rockaway", which won the 2003 Gracie Allen Award for best TV documentary. Other television credits include Heartbreakers, an Oxygen exclusive television show. Kevin directed a series of PSA's for the "Made in New York" campaign, for which he won a New York City Film and Television Award in 2007. The PSA's featured Will Smith, Debra Messing, Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito, Ed Burns, and Rachel Ray. Other works include an "Exclusive XMen3 Confessional" with director Brett Ratner for Mercedes, and a short film for The Boys' and Girls' Club of America featuring President Bill Clinton. Commercials. Chevy Sonic, Chevy Silverado "This is Our Country" PGA, IBM, The Seminole Hard Rock, Guinness, Brady Anti-Gun Campaign, Sprint and many branded content films for the internet. Current documentaries include "The Other Side of the Street", a story about the life of Jimmy Breslin and newspapers . "NewYork Vertical" with the German Photographer Horst Hamann. "Always The Children." an educational film highlighting the skills of a great educator and humanitarian, Richard Soghoian.