Transient Pictures is an Emmy award-winning production company in New York City with a mission of producing innovative, socially-charged films. We create original documentaries for television and offer a wide range of production services. The company is managed by partners Jeremy Levine and Landon Van Soest and works with a select network of documentary professionals.
Jeremy Levine and Landon Van Soest began working together in 2005 on the award-winning documentary WALKING THE LINE, which screened in festivals around the world and broadcast nationally in six countries. Their latest feature documentary, GOOD FORTUNE, was acquired by the award-winning series POV and received a prime time national broadcast on PBS in 2010. They are currently producing The Legacy Project, a ten-part television series for the Dramatists Guild Fund profiling theater legends like Edward Albee, Arthur Laurents, and Stephen Sondheim and House of Rath, a one-off documentary about an eccentric home designer caught in the mortgage crisis for Cactus Three.
Levine and Van Soest have produced a wide range of original content for broadcasters and arts organizations such as the Sundance Channel, Mother Jones, Working Films, United States Artists, and the George St. Playhouse. The pair also co-founded the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective, a non-profit organization dedicated to help fostering a vibrant filmmaking community in Brooklyn, New York.