Director Kevin Breslin

  1. Living for 32 is the inspirational documentary of Colin Goddard, a survivor of the tragic gun shooting massacre on the Virginia Tech campus, April 16th, 2007.
    Directed by Kevin Breslin
    Producer- Cuomo-Cole Productions
    Editor - Garrett Sergeant
    livingfor32.com

    Plot Outline
    Living for 32 is the inspirational story of Colin Goddard, a survivor of the tragic gun shooting massacre which occurred on the Virginia Tech campus, April 16th, 2007. The winning combination of Colin's passion, charisma and optimism has commanded the attention of the American public and media since the devastating incident which left 32 dead and 17 injured. In Living for 32, Colin shares an intimate account of terror he and his classmates endured and the courageous journey of renewal and hope he chose to pursue.

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  2. The gripping portrait of The #OccupyWallSt media team live from Zuccotti Park - Documentary

    #OccupyWallSt - The people - The media - The movement.

    Directed by Kevin Breslin @KevinBreslin
    Produced by 8docos - Mike Vanderfield
    Edited by Garrett Sergeant
    AP -Karen A. Brown

    Cinematographers -
    Luca Fantini
    Thomas Brookins
    Conor Bryne
    Orlando Gondar

    #whilewewatch - Directed by Kevin Breslin

    #whilewewatch is a story about long-term impact of theOWS movement, how it changed the media landscape, what #ows is continuing to do.
    We are documenting the historical media push these media activists have created through the internet. "Occupy" wasn't just a historic protest, a moment in time, occupy continues.

    In a world where people aren't sure how to make their voices heard,
    Occupy is creating new media ways to make a difference.
    Our film is not A promo for OWS. #whilewewatch is an on going story of how Occupy is broadcasting their message to the world.
    This is new journalism whether you respect it or not.
    -----------------------

    #whilewewatch is the gripping portrait of the #OccupyWallSt media revolution.
    Citizens came together at Zuccotti Park with energy, intelligence and guts to impassion their message, "We are the 99%."

    #whilewewatch discovers the #OWS media team who had no fear of a critical city government, big corporations, hostile police, or a lagging main stream media to tell their story.

    Through rain, snow, grueling days, sleeping on concrete; they pumped out exhilarating ideas to the world. Fueled with little money, they relied on the power of Twitter, texting, Wi-Fi, posters, Tumblr, live streams, YouTube, Facebook, dramatic marches, drumbeats and chants.

    We witness a new dawn with the power of social media.

    #whilewewatch - Director's Note

    Zuccotti Park was loud, dirty, wet, cold and exhilaratingly alive with passion and energy. Intelligence, imagination, information and raw emotion ruled every second!
    I observed the birth a line that will go down in history.
    "We are the 99%."

    The people in this film are genuinely decent. They all are immensely bright. They are kind, tough and loaded with the belief, this is what being an American citizen is about.

    Kevin Breslin - Director

    #whilewewatch is Director Kevin Breslin's passionate, raw and sensitive inside story.

    #whilewewatch...."Shows us what democracy looks like."

    Crew:

    Production Manager - Liz Smith

    Additional Footage -

    Arthur Kohl-Riggs
    Austin Tool
    Barbara Ross
    Casey Neistat
    Fiona Breslin
    FluxRostrum
    Justin Wedes
    Luke Rudowski
    Mala and Mental
    Sandi Bachom
    CNN
    Fox News
    Russia Today RT

    Still photography
    Fiona Breslin
    Thomas Brookins
    Luca Fantini

    IMDb - imdb.com/title/tt2118550/
    Twitter @whilewewatch twitter.com/whilewewatch
    Blog - whilewewatch.blogspot.com
    All our latest news! #whilewewatch whilewewatch.blogspot.com/p/articles-blogs-links-whilewewatch.html
    Youtube - youtube.com/watch?v=Zcxrs4PsRHc

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  3. #whilewewatch "Media Revolution" Directed by Kevin Breslin
    with Harrison Tesoura-Schultz

    See and Embed the full film on May 1st at snagfilms.com/whilewewatch
    #whilewewatch -
    Directed by Kevin Breslin
    an 8docos Production
    Produced by Mike Vanderfield
    Edited by Garrett Sergeant
    AP/US Producer Karen A. Brown
    Trailer whilewewatch.com
    NOTICE:
    Use of embedded videos live or recorded free for internet use so long as videos are credited to Director Kevin Breslin, 8docos Productions and SnagFilms.com

    Harrison "Tesoura" Schultz is currently finishing his PhD in sociology at the New School for Social Research, he has worked as a qualitative market research analyst for a global advertising agency and a direct marketing company over the past five years, and he has also been studying the afro-brasilian martial art of capoeira over the past eleven years. He's been working with the Occupy Wall Street Movement since August 2nd of 2011. His current projects include #OWS Analytics support for occupywallst.org, Occupy.com, Occupytogether.org, Revolutionary Games, Eu Jogo Pelo Povo, The People's Puppet Guild, The Tax Dodgers, Occupied Stories, and #whilewewatch.

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  4. See and Embed the full film at snagfilms.com/whilewewatch
    #whilewewatch -
    Directed by Kevin Breslin
    an 8docos Production
    Produced by Mike Vanderfield
    Edited by Garrett Sergeant
    AP/US Producer Karen A. Brown
    Tim Pool is a journalist whose unique style of interactive broadcast journalism exists at the intersection of social and mainstream media. His live coverage has been featured by news outlets such as Reuters, MSNBC, and Al Jazeera English. Pool engages viewers as participants by combining first hand reporting and commentary via live video stream and chat, allowing the viewing public to join in the action by directly asking questions, which he responds to while reporting live.

    NOTICE:
    Use of embedded videos live or recorded free for internet use so long as videos are credited to Director Kevin Breslin, 8docos Productions and SnagFilms.com

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  5. #whilewewatch - Directed by Kevin Breslin

    #whilewewatch is the gripping portrait of the #OccupyWallSt media revolution.
    Citizens came together at Zuccotti Park with energy, intelligence and guts to impassion their message, "We are the 99%."

    #whilewewatch discovers the #OWS media team who had no fear of a critical city government, big corporations, hostile police, or a lagging main stream media to tell their story.

    Through rain, snow, grueling days, sleeping on concrete; they pumped out exhilarating ideas to the world. Fueled with little money, they relied on the power of Twitter, texting, Wi-Fi, posters, Tumblr, live streams, YouTube, Facebook, dramatic marches, drumbeats and chants.

    We witness a new dawn with the power of social media.

    #whilewewatch - Director's Note

    Zuccotti Park was loud, dirty, wet, cold and exhilaratingly alive with passion and energy. Intelligence, imagination, information and raw emotion ruled every second!
    I observed the birth a line that will go down in history.
    "We are the 99%."

    The people in this film are genuinely decent. They all are immensely bright. They are kind, tough and loaded with the belief, this is what being an American citizen is about.

    Kevin Breslin - Director

    #whilewewatch is Director Kevin Breslin's passionate, raw and sensitive inside story.

    #whilewewatch...."Shows us what democracy looks like."

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Director Kevin Breslin

Kevin Breslin

Kevin Breslin - Director
New York City
breslinfilms.com

Director Kevin Breslin's Academy Award Shortlisted documentary "Living for 32" (2010) is the inspirational story of Colin Goddard, a survivor of the tragic gun shooting massacre which occurred


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Kevin Breslin - Director
New York City
breslinfilms.com

Director Kevin Breslin's Academy Award Shortlisted documentary "Living for 32" (2010) is the inspirational story of Colin Goddard, a survivor of the tragic gun shooting massacre which occurred on the Virginia Tech campus, April 16th, 2007. The winning combination of Colin's passion, charisma and optimism has commanded the attention of the American public and media since the devastating incident which left 32 dead and 17 injured. In "Living for 32", Colin shares with Mr. Breslin his intimate account of terror he and his classmates endured and the courageous journey of renewal and hope he chose to pursue. Breslin's 2011 festival wining documentary #whilewewatch, the gripping portrait of Occupy Wall Street media can be seen on SnagFilms. Kevin's latest film Blowtorch, starring William Baldwin, Lois Robbins, Kathy Najimy, Armand Assante, Jared Abrahamson and is slated for a 2014 release.

Kevin's first short film, "A Smile Gone, but Where?"(2002) was shown at film festivals throughout the world. It premiered on the Oxygen Network along with Breslin's second short film, "Women of Rockaway"(2002), which won the 2003 Gracie Allen Award for best TV documentary. In 2012 he made a feature “Blowtorch” which will be in movie theater across the world in 2013. Other television credits include Heartbreakers, an Oxygen exclusive television show. Kevin co-created as well as directed and produced 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 recent works include an "Exclusive XMen3 Confessional" with director Brett Ratner for Mercedes, a featurette for The Boys' and Girls' Club of America featuring President Bill Clinton.

Commercials Kevin has directed include the Chevy Silverado "This is Our Country" campaign, PGA, IBM, The Seminole Hard Rock brand, Guinness and the Brady Anti-Gun Campaign. Kevin also directed and co-directed the Sprint campaign featuring Sprint CEO Dan Hesse that was shot throughout New York City, presenting the city in stunning black-and-white cinematography.

Documentaries include "The Other Side of the Street", a story about the life of Jimmy Breslin and newspapers in New York City. Kevin is also filming "New York Vertical" with award acclaimed German photographer Horst Hamann, based on his book of the same title.

Kevin's work as a director has proven that he is as comfortable shooting real people as he is actors. He is currently in pre-production on a feature film, "The Teddy Bear Habit", based on the award-winning children's book and "The Unconquered" a feature length documentary on the journey of The Florida Seminole's.
Kevin's past producing credits include "American Nuclear" for CBS, The motion picture "UHF" with Weird Al.

As a young actor Mr. Breslin appeared in "Pope of Greenwich Village", "Cobra", "Out of Bounds", "Survival of Dana", "Rocky ll" and "Raging Bull". Mr Breslin wrote and directed an Off Broadway play, "Terrible Beauty" with Tatum O'Neal and William Hickey.

Breslin Films - breslinfilms.com
#whilewewatch: whilewewatch.com
Twitter @whilewewatch
Facebook facebook.com/whilewewatch
Living for 32 website: livingfor32.com
IMDb: imdb.com/name/nm0107740/
Twitter - @KevinBreslin
vimeo.com/kevinbreslin
Visit Living for 32 on Facebook at:
facebook.com/pages/Living-for-32/143389462373501
contact: kevin@breslinfilms.com

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