Editor/Director/Producer/Cinematographer

Documentaries

Documentaries i have directed, edited, and produced.

Dead Man's Line

2018 - Tony Kiritsis was "mad as hell and wasn't going to take it anymore." So he rigged a shotgun to his banker's neck and decided to extract personal vengeance.

Out of any film project I have worked on this is the one I am most proud of. Over five years in the making. Mark Enochs co-directs and is the writter of the movie.

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Credits:
Directed, edited, written, produced and music by Alan Berry
Director and writer is  Mark Enochs
Videographer is Alan Berry on non-archival footage

 

 

Growing Education

2016 - This film is unreleased. The documentary is about the struggles of migrant children in Indiana and would be my biggest budget film to date clocking in at over $60k. Backstory... In 2016 the Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Glenda Ritz, lost her bid for reelection. When the new S.P.I. Jennifer McCormick took office she fired anyone associated with Ms. Ritz, aka my wife and me, and shelved this video. If they don't release soon, I will publish it on my own on Youtube.

Credits:
Directed, edited, written, produced and music by Alan Berry
Director of Photography Garin Grist
Videographers were Alan Berry and Garin Grist

 

 

State of the Classroom

2015 - This documentary tells the story of how the home life of Indiana students can affect the classroom. It was filmed for the Indiana Department of Education.

Garin Grist directs, shoots and was my right-hand man in discussing edits. Garin and I both won an Emmy for our efforts. 

Credits:
Directed by Garin Grist
Edited, and produced by Alan Berry
Videographers were Alan Berry and Garin Grist

 
 

A Band in a Jam

2013 - The film chronicles the struggles of Chester Brown, a jam band out of northern Indiana, as they pursue a musical career while still having to pay the bills at home.

Credits:
Directed by Alan Berry and Mark Enochs
Edited and Produced by Alan Berry
Videographers were Alan Berry, Mark Enochs, Scott Enochs